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What is Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a powerful practice that aims to bring you into the present moment and focus your attention on the here and now. Mindfulness offers you a way to find inner peace and mental clarity. This practice allows you to break away from the constant cycles of thoughts and experience a deeper connection with your own self.

Many mindfulness techniques come from ZEN Buddhism and are practiced by people all over the world.
In today's society, life "on autopilot" is widespread. Bringing more mindfulness into your life will help you see yourself in a different light and develop a healthy approach to your emotions.

What you focus on, you feel

Your body reacts immediately to your thoughts and depending on what you think and what you think about, this directly influences how you feel.


Thinking about the past, replaying past events, can lead to frustration, pain, resentment and dissatisfaction in the here and now.

Thoughts about the future and all the things that could go wrong lead to fear, uncertainty and self-doubt in the here and now.

In both cases, you are not present in the now and allow your mind to run uncontrolled.

Janina Schick, Meditation, Achtsamkeit

    No one can harm you more than your own mind untamed.
No one can help you more than your own mind, wisely trained.
- Buddha 

Mindfulness & Meditation

Meditation is a wonderful and very effective way to bring more mindfulness into your life, connect with yourself, understand yourself better, and find inner peace. 


Through meditation you can develop deeper awareness and calmness and promote inner peace and balance.


Use this practice to reduce stress, improve your concentration, gain emotional stability, and promote your spiritual growth.

Meditation, Natur, Atmung, Achtsamkeit

Mindfulness & Your Breath

Awareness of your breath and breathwork is an important part of Mindfulness, because your breath always happens in the here-and-now, and is, therefore, a natural and always-available anchor for you.

Bringing awareness to your breath leads to deep relaxation as it stimulates your Vagus Nerve, which is part of your Autonomic Nervous  System.

Stimulating your Vagus Nerve leads to a reduction of anxiety, stress, depression, and regulation of blood pressure, blood sugar, heart rate, digestion, kidney function, and much more...

Meditation am Strand

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