Most of us think that mindfulness is about being in control of our mind, which makes some us go
mental or get stuck in our head.
Ellie shares that the pathway to Mindfulness is found in the body. It is being connected to the surge of emotions without giving into the urge to Fight or Flee that allows us to practice Mindfulness! She further describes Mindfulness as being less cerebral and learning to become more visceral.
In this video, you’ll learn how to remain present in your body even when external stimuli pushes a button in you. This ‘rest’ instead of the ‘react’ state, can help prevent the survival brain from becoming over-stimulated and therefore allowing you to be in more ease throughout your day.