Meditation and Mindfulness

Show Compassion

Compassion is the desire to act to relieve the suffering in another. This gives rise to taking action to help in a situation where you notice someone experiencing difficulties or where you sense that someone is not feeling ok.
Meditation – 9:28 min

Listen Deeply

Listening actively is one of the most important skills that underpins I Am Here. Careful listening involves “listening with all your senses” to best understand how someone is feeling.

Meditation – 5:27 min

Display Empathy

Empathy is the ability to step into the shoes of another person to appreciate how they are feeling.

Meditation – 4:07 min

Accept Others

Complete acceptance means putting aside your own opinions, values, and bias. Someone who feels accepted is more likely to trust you to guide them to the help and support on offer.

Meditation – 7:02 min

Be Your Real Self

Being real allows you to show up as your true self so that others can also be themselves.

Meditation – 12:00 min

Share Loving Kindness

Loving kindness allows you to focus on sending loving energy and cultivate feelings of goodwill, kindness, and compassion towards yourself and others. 

Meditation – 14:03 min

Express Gratitude

Showing gratitude is an expression of appreciation for what we have. To be grateful implies a state of self-contentment and acceptance of life as it flows.

Meditation – 9:00 min

Act with Intention

Acting with intention allows you to create the life you want. Intentions help us move forward, live purposefully, and be true to our values.

Meditation – 11:45 min

Awaken Your Joy

Awakening your joy is a commitment to yourself to do more of what brings you joy every day!

Meditation – 8:32 min

Learn to Forgive

Developing forgiveness has been associated with decreased stress, anxiety, and depression and increased feelings of wellbeing. 

Meditation – 9:32 min
Website Disclaimer
Mindfulness is a tool, which when applied can reduce stress, anxiety and fatigue. It can support build resilience, enhance wellbeing and improve your overall effectiveness in work and day to day life. It is not intended as a substitute for consultation and treatment from a qualified and registered healthcare provider. If you have concerns about your mental or physical health, please contact your doctor or psychologist before deciding whether or not to embark on the path of mindfulness. Mindfulness should not be considered as an alternative to professional assessment and regular treatment under a registered healthcare professional.