Developing awareness and mindfulness doesn’t just take place on a cushion. Mindfulness is also to be practiced in everyday living. Bringing mindfulness to eating, to communicating, to meetings and even to driving are important to experiencing life at it’s fullest.
Connie really believes that you are either mindful or mindless. Either present and aware, or lost in thought.
To develop and cultivate presence and awareness meditation is a necessary training.
Connie leads Guided Meditations, Mindfulness Meditations and most importantly does workshops on WHY we meditate.
It’s ability to improve your physical and mental well-being has been scientifically documented – and yet people find it very difficult to actually PRACTICE meditation.
We live in a world that looks for quick results. A meditation practice most likely won’t give instant gratification. It takes time and consistency. Knowing your WHY is important to being willing to keep the practice consistent is one of Connie’s passions.