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EXPAND YOUR LIFE

Krista Inochovsky

Discover the power of MINDFULNESS to live more fully while attaining success on your terms for a life well lived!

Set yourself free to create a life that feels extraordinary.

Step one is to reduce stress, limiting beliefs, and negative self-talk.

Step two is to increase your self-love, belief in what's possible, and meaningful connection with others.

The secret to creating this is rooted in mindfulness.

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally. Mindfulness transforms how we relate to events and experiences.  It creates a more spacious way of being in the world that is less reactive and generally happier.

Mindfulness helps us be present in our lives and gives us some control over our reactions and repetitive thought patterns.  It  helps us pause, get a clearer picture of a situation, and respond more skillfully.

Personal Development is the idea that humans can experience an exceptional quality of life filled with happiness, creativity, and fulfillment when they strive to reach their potential. Learning how to be more mindful and aware are tools of personal development and reaching your human potential. 

 
 

What are the benefits of Mindfulness?

If greater well-being isn't enough of an incentive, scientists have discovered that mindfulness techniques help improve physical health in a number of ways. Mindfulness can: help relieve stress, treat heart disease, lower blood pressure, reduce chronic pain, improve sleep, and alleviate gastrointestinal difficulties.

Here are 15 genuine—and perhaps surprising—mindfulness benefits based on scientific studies:​​

  1. Be a Better Leader

  2. Lower Daily Stress

  3. Reduce Worry and Anxiety

  4. Setting Boundaries and Saying No

  5. Lose Weight

  6. Fend off Depression

  7. Fall Asleep Faster

  8. Increase Focus and Concentration

  9. Be a Better Listener

  10. Boost Self-Awareness

  11. Lower Blood Pressure

  12. Be More Assertive

  13. Deepen Your Spiritual Life

  14. Stick with Your Goals

  15. Control Your Temper

Who benefits from 

Mindfulness?

SUCCESSFUL LEADERS:

Many of the most successful people through our history and our current time have a mindfulness practice that they attribute to their success in both business and overall life satisfaction. Mindfulness practices may include meditation, guided visualization meditations, the Law of Attraction, reframing mindset, and journaling.  Krista Inochvosky covers all of these topics with her clients.

PEOPLE WHO DESIRE THE MOST IN LIFE:

Experiencing growth and progress are the keys to life satisfaction. Put yourself in environments for growth, self-discovery, expansion, and exploration! People who are intentionally creating their lives embrace mindfulness and enjoy continually learning more. 

PEOPLE IN TRANSITION:

Throughout the journey of life, we all go through phases of transition. Marriage, divorce, having children, children growing up, building a business, job loss, and a desire for something different out of life are all transitions in which people need support and new perspectives.  

 

PEOPLE DISSATISFIED WITH THEIR CURRENT STATE:

People who feel that they are NOT THRIVING because of stress, anxiety overwhelm, confusion, low self-esteem, feeling stuck or complacent, or any one of many low energy emotions can find learning to create a mindfulness practice and gaining a new perspective on life can result in feeling empowered, satisfied, energetic, self-loving and so much more.

WORKING PROFESSIONALS:

Being present and mindful means being more focused and productive. The research is undeniable - if you want to decrease stress and increase efficiency among your team members, encourage them to practice mindfulness. Mindfulness is now fully mainstream and is a staple of employee development in several Fortune 500 organizations.    MORE FOR PROFESSIONALS ->

TEENS & TWEENS:

All teens experience some amount of stress, and some stress can even be healthy. Many teens, however, struggle with significant stress levels that interfere with learning, relationships, and other areas of functioning. Stress can manifest in different ways, and some symptoms of stress mimic normal teen behavior.  Mindfulness (present-moment, nonjudgmental awareness) is a powerful tool that teens can use to manage their stress. Research indicates that when teens consistently practice mindfulness, it lowers rates of anxiety and depression, and leads to better sleep, stronger relationships, and increased self-awareness, all of which can go a long way toward ameliorating the impact of stress.      MORE ABOUT TEENS ->

 

 

Mindfulness is all about living fully in the present moment, without judgment, and with an attitude of kindness and curiosity.

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