Heart-focused meditation (online)

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Every Wednesday, Cecile facilitates a simple but powerful heart-focused meditation. The meditations include experiencing heartfelt feelings such as care, appreciation and compassion for self and others.

The meditation practice uses techniques developed by the HeartMath Institute, backed by more than 25 years of scientific research. The research shows that regulating breathing and generating positive emotions facilitates a body-wide shift to a specific, scientifically measurable state called psychophysiological coherence, or coherence for short.

Coherence is characterised by increased order and harmony in both our psychological (mental) and physiological (bodily) processes. It is a state of optimal function. When we activate this state, we experience greater emotional stability, increased mental clarity and improved cognitive function. Simply stated, our body and brain work better, we feel better, and we perform better.

Coherence also promotes homeostasis, the body’s natural way of keeping everything in balance and of maintaining resilience to challenge, stress and damage. As such you can think of coherence as the engine for resilience and of the coherence techniques as ways to boost your inner battery and keep your resilience engine running effectively. Coherence can be learnt, practised and developed and the physical and mental benefits can be profound.

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Hosted by Cecile Hemery

French certified Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist registered with the General Hypnotherapy Register. I help people figure out the clarity that they are looking for in their lives/careers and during periods of change, manage stress and increase their self-confidence.

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