Meditation is a mind/body practice that has been shown to reduce stress and promote happiness, as well as increase empathy and improve concentration. Its benefits include increasing calmness, fostering psychological balance, and enhancing overall well-being. Most types include four common elements including: a quiet location in which to meditate; a specific, comfortable posture; focus on the breath, or on a chosen word or image; an open attitude, free of judgment and self-criticism
Guided Imagery Music (GIM) music psychotherapy is an in-depth form of psychotherapy carried out with the help of classical music; it’s a profound exploration of the patient’s inner world through the imaginary process activated by listening to music programmes under the guidance of a therapist.
The synergy of music, imagery and altered state of consciousness brings therapeutic changes in the deep structures of the personality and overcomes emotional and psychological pain.
It can be easy to rush through life without stopping to notice much. Paying more attention to the present moment – to your own thoughts and feelings, and to the world around you – can improve your mental well-being. This is at the essence of Mindfulness and through it, you learn to maintain an awareness of your thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations in relation to your environment. By helping you to stay in tune with your current experience, mindfulness exercises and mindfulness meditation can help you enjoy life more and understand yourself better.
Spirituality is a search for transcendent meaning or the belief in some sort of greater existence outside of humankind. It can be linked to religion but the practice of spirituality is generally considered to go beyond religion and link individuals with something larger, such as the universe itself. Therapists who are experienced in spirituality can help you find inner peace and a deeper sense of meaning and belonging.