Feeling a little unmotivated lately or perhaps you’re living under the hormones of chronic stress?
Let’s face it, stress is inevitable. There are always going to be situations that will test the way we respond to our environment.
Each time we create disturbance within our body that throws balance out, it’s called “stress”. The stress response is the bodies way of responding when it’s knocked out of balance and what it does to return back to equilibrium. The stress response is turned on based on how we react to our environment.
If our response is ongoing over a period of time, without our conscious awareness, then we are living under the hormones of stress. The issue becomes a chronic condition without even being aware of it. This makes it difficult for some people to then turn off the stress signal. This is an invitation for a breakdown in the body. Hello Dis-ease.
This type of response leads to all kids of conditioned physiological symptoms, such as elevated blood pressure, increase in heart rate, arrhythmias and so on.
The best way to avoid chronic stress conditioning is to start practising “mindfulness”.
Being mindful allows you to come back to the present moment and observe what is going on with your mind, thoughts, feelings and body. It’s up to you to observe without judgement and become curious as to the reason “why” you behaved the way you did. Thereby, allowing you to control the situation rather then “it” control you.
Wether you are new to mindfulness or you simply need a top up, this is the opportunity where you stop being caught up in your thoughts, feelings and emotions. This is the time where you will learn powerful strategies to live in the present moment before your thoughts, feelings and emotions escalate to fear, stress, and anxiety. It will give you the motivation and tools to kick start your journey towards mindfulness and wellness.
Mindfulness has shown significant scientific evidence that it can help reduce your stress, anxiety, enhance creativity and help you sleep better at night.
For a small investment, this special launch offer valued at $197, is offered as an introductory offer at $97.
6 Week Course Includes:
✔︎ One-to-many coaching session 1 x per week for 6 weeks
✔︎ Opportunity to personally have your questions answered
✔︎ Soft copy workbook that includes mindfulness script and module activities to enhance your learning
✔︎ Be amongst like-minded people
✔︎ Free eBook: How to Reduce Stress In Just 60 Seconds
✔︎ Inclusion in a private Facebook support group with participants that have joined the program to share the beautiful experience and mastermind
✔︎ FREE follow up 1 x turbo one-on-one coaching opportunity post course to track your progress and coach you through your journey
✔︎ Accountability partner to help you keep accountable and focused
This 6 week evidence-based course is for you if you are ready to start making a difference in your life and genuinely ready for change but unsure how to create it.
If you are currently surrounded by negative chatter, it will give you the tools to shift your thoughts, feelings and emotions toward a more desirable positive mindset so that you can start creating the outcome that you desire.
It will help you release any stress, tension, trapped emotions and reconnect with your mind, body and spirit.
You will be supportive by like-minded people that will be part of the 6 week process as we unlock your wellbeing journey through the practice of mindfulness.
You will have the opportunity to be personally coached and have your specific questions answered.
For a small investment, this special launch offer valued at $197, is offered as an introductory offer at $97. You will be given powerful tools to help improve your life at an instant.
During the course you will experience powerful healing through the practise of mindfulness. What will it cost you if you don’t invest in yourself and register today?
What Others Had To Say:
“The last few month my life felt like it was spiralling out of control. I dod not know why or how to manage it. Sheb helped me understand how to manage and accept what is happening! Thank you” Michelle.B
“Tonight I finished my 6 week Mindfulness Wellness workshop with Sheb Giner. This has been 6 of the best weeks I have ever given to myself in I cant remember when. Sheb has shown me how to awaken my inner self and to start to THINK and use my MIND to my best advantage. I have overcome a lot of anxiety and fear and now feel I am facing life in a much calmer state. I have learned the power of my breathing and I know with practice and mindfulness I will move forward to a happier future. This girl is AMAZING. Join one of Sheb’s classes and you too will move forward to a happier life.
My Sincere Thanks Sheb” — Jeanette. C .
“Sheb’s Mindfulness to Wellness course is a MUST for everyone. All the techniques taught are effective & easily incorporated in our daily lives. You can use them while; sitting, walking, standing, moving or laying down. It helps reduce stress while enhancing our performance by assisting us in gain insight & awareness through our own mind. You have nothing too lose but so much to gain. Quote by Thick Nhat Hanh “ Many people are alive but don’t touch the miracle of being alive.” —Julie.V
“Mindfulness – something that we know but forget to practice in our daily lives. A way to stress reduction, is a must in todays hectic world. How beautifully explained in the session today by Magic Minds Coach Sheb Giner. Thanks for inspiring us always” —Shruti. S
“I met Sheb through one of her courses and she has opened my life to positive new opportunities that I struggled with on my own. Sheb is very kind supportive and knowable. I am so glad to have met her and follow her through my personal growth”. — D. Smith
“Sheb is amazing, she has this way of energising you & making you reflect on how you see yourself. 2 hours after meeting Sheb I had a big break through & made a goal that is going to put me on the path I want to be on for me” —Crystal R
$197 – Special Introductory Offer $97
Six week coaching program to kick start your Mindfulness & Wellbeing Journey
To Register: https://magicmindscoaching.com/mindfulness/
Next Course Starts:
Monday 29th July 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
WHAT: This course is designed to take part from the comfort of your own home. Meaning it is all done online with other like minded individuals. You will be given a link to join the call.
WHEN: Starts Monday 29th July
Monday 29th July – Mind Body Awareness
Monday 5th August – Our Wellbeing House
Monday 12th August – The Heart of Mindfulness
Monday 19th August – Overcoming Anxious thoughts
Monday 26th August – Mindfulness Beyond Pain
Monday 2nd September – Breathing Space
TIME: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
COST: Special introductory offer valued at $
197 only $97.
Location: Online – one – to many via zoom. You will receive a special link once you have registered.
Cost: Valued at
$197 Intro offer only $97 for 6 weeks of coaching
The principles and practice in this course are simple, effective and powerful as it will help you realign your well-being on a physical, mental and emotional level. If one of these elements are missing in your life, you will experience turbulence and disharmony.
Mindfulness will help you stay focused on what is happening inside of you and the world around you at any given time so that you can focus on the present moment without being distracted or overwhelmed.
What We Will Cover:
Before we delve into mind-body awareness, it’s important we understand stress and how it can impact a body that is frequently overused and under pressure. We can all tolerate short-term stress, but the question is: what happens to the body if we are under chronic stress?
Stress refers to our ability to adapt to inner and outer demands, and is one of the leading causes of numerous illnesses and diseases.
Stressful situations typically produce physiological and emotional responses. Stress is essentially how we respond to a stimulus: we experience something in our environment that triggers an emotional response, and we respond to that trigger either in a positive or negative way.
During this module we will explore stress management and prevention, what makes up the mind and how we create mind-body connection. By bringing awareness back to self we alter our personal reality through the practice of meditation.
Our brain brake exercise include a body scan that form part of our interactive leaning. This is a great practise that allows you to become aware on different parts of the body and what your body is telling you. This session also comes with a 8 week mindfulness practice daily journal to keep you accountable and on track.
Think of your wellbeing house as your body. In order for your body to function, we need all our organs, heart, lungs, brain, and the trillions of cells to function together in harmony without the hormones of stress to debilitate us. Each part serves a purpose to maintain optimal health.
Our wellbeing house is governed by the following elements:
- Spiritual Wellness (values, beliefs)
We will explore each element in detail and how they relate to our physical and mental wellness. If we find that one of these elements is out of alignment, this will create disharmony within our bodies. This can lead to all kinds of sickness and ill health. So in order to live in an optimal state, it is important that we become mindful and keep these elements aligned and nourished.
What’s good for the mind is also good for the heart.
The ancient Greeks once believed the heart was the seat of intelligence. Our thoughts and feelings influence the chemistry that regulates much of our health, so I guess in a way, once our heart is in communication with our brain and body, the heart is involved in how we think, feel and respond to our environment. For instance, if you have thoughts of fear, you are likely to experience stress in your physical body. Your heart rate increases and your breathing becomes rapid.
Regular practice of mindfulness can help improve the way your heart functions. It will not only help you cope with stress by lowering your high blood pressure but also create synchronicity between the heart, mind and body. In this module we will explore heart-focused breathing and the four words that can trigger coherence between our heart and brain.
Anxiety can take in many forms and can interfere with a person’s ability to carry out day-to-day activities. Often it is caused by a response to an external stimulus.
When anxiety hits, it may cause all kinds of symptoms, including feeling nauseous, experiencing panic attacks, rapid breathing, heart palpitations, feeling clammy or shaky, and losing strength. One of the worst symptoms can come in the form of choking, where you feel like oxygen has been sucked out of your lungs. Anxiety may be exacerbated when depression settles into a person’s life. This can be debilitating and frustrating. It’s not pleasant and it certainly is not fun.
During this module we will focus on how to become aware of our thoughts that do not serve a purpose and how to reframe our beliefs and thinking towards a more favourable outcome. Applying these methods on a continual basis ensures we begin to weaken the negative mind chatter and strengthen the new positive thoughts and beliefs.
In recent years, many researchers have found that the brains of meditators respond differently to pain. Pain is a complex phenomenon, mainly due to its multi-dimensional and subjective ways. When we begin to experience a sensation of pain, we begin to look at it as if it were something bad. We start to judge it and look at it negatively. Some of us even go to the level of Googling our symptoms, which can then make them worse.
The subjective judgement expands the sensation of pain, escalating the experience into anxiety or depression. Mindfulness meditation can be used as a tool to create awareness of the sensation of pain without the judgement or resistance. When we become mindful of our sensations without judgement and resistance, the overall pain can be reduced.
While focusing on sensory pain may sound counterproductive, it actually aims to provide a pathway to pain relief that is different to the traditional pharmacologic interventions that most people often prefer to use
Breathing is so profound that without it we would literally not be alive. We take for granted the amazing involuntary role that our respiratory system plays in our bodies. We are all aware of the changes that occur when our breath is being compromised. But what happens to our body when we are not aware?
During this module, you will be part of a powerful mindfulness exercise that will give you the tools to allow some breathing space for yourself.
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