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Mindfulness Practices

Josh Flowers, MA, LPC, LAC
Professional Counselor | Addiction Counselor

If you are interested in developing a mindfulness practice, using mindfulness to improve your mental health or recover from addiction, or would like to utilize mindfulness as a way to prepare for and experience healing, transpersonal states, I would love to support you in your journey.

Mindfulness Practices


 

Developing a mindfulness practice can be a key aspect to creating a richer, more meaningful life. Mindfulness can be utilized as a tool to work with addictions, anxiety, mood, transitions, and really, just about anything life throws our way.

There is a whole spectrum of ways in which one can practice mindfulness, from how we engage with external stimuli  to how we notice our own thoughts. Our whole world can be a resource for practice. In fact, we don’t even need to go out into the world for this. Our very beings offer a virtual playground for exploration.

I have been practicing different forms of mindfulness and meditation since 1999. As one of my passions, I always welcome the opportunity to share these practices with others. I have found that integrating mindfulness-based skills with existential, transpersonal, and somatic/body-centered therapies can offer healing and transformation.

If you are interested in developing a mindfulness practice, using mindfulness to improve your mental health or recover from addiction, or would like to utilize mindfulness as a way to prepare for and experience healing, transpersonal states, I would love to support you in your journey.

 

 

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   "Learning to see again, as we did when we were children, is mindfulness. A returning to something familiar, something that was an integral part of our early experiences."      Excerpt from  Finding Stones in Mountains
 
 

Learning to see again, as we did when we were children, is mindfulness. A returning to something familiar, something that was an integral part of our early experiences.

Josh C. Flowers, Finding Stones in Mountains

 

To find out more about my therapeutic approach and background, please read About Josh.
You are welcome to Contact Me with any questions.