"If you are depressed, you live in the past. If you are anxious, you live in the future. If you are at peace, you live in the present." (Lao Tzu)
The concept of Mindfulness has its roots in Buddhist contemplative traditions and means being aware and fully present in what is happening in this moment, immersing yourself in the present moment. The practice of Mindfulness is aimed at reducing and eliminating the suffering linked to an incorrect understanding of reality through a series of techniques that increase personal levels of attention, control and self-awareness.
Numerous scientific evidences show how Mindfulness can be used effectively in the clinical context for:
the treatment of anxiety states
to improve mood
to better manage eating disorders
The study's experts are certified Mindfulness Facilitators: thanks to their guide you can start living every moment of your life to the full.