Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy is NOT

  • A religion.  It is simply a method of mental training

  • Sitting cross-legged on the floor (you can if you want to).  Many people practise mindfulness on a chair, in a queue, on a bus or train or walking to work

  • Complicated.  And even when it doesn’t feel easy, you’ll have learned something valuable about your thought patterns and therefore benefitted psychologically

  • Concerned with success or failure

  • About emptying the mind

  • Self-indulgent.  It is a commitment to taking good care of oneself, both mentally and physically

  • About accepting the unacceptable, but about seeing the world with greater clarity so that you can make wiser decisions


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