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Jen Johnson, MS, MFA, LPC, CHWC offers an integrative mind-body-spirit-environment approach to healing. She is a mindfulness teacher, life coach specializing in health & wellness, and mindfulness-based psychotherapist. Jen empowers people to make sustainable lifestyle changes that support well-being and joy.

Jen teaches mindfulness as a practice to cultivate awareness, reduce stress, and increase joy and well-being. Mindfulness is compatible with any religious or spiritual beliefs and can deepen your own spiritual practice. Practicing mindfulness has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, depression, and emotional reactivity and increase awareness, attention, compassion and feelings of peace, well-being, and happiness.

WHAT IS MINDFULNESS?

Mindfulness is awareness of the present moment without judgment. Living mindfully allows you to stay in the present without getting lost in worry about the future or regret about the past. When you’re aware of the present moment, you have the power to respond rather than react and can cope more effectively with difficult thoughts or feelings.

Mindfulness is a practice that allows you to relate more skillfully with difficult bodily sensations, feelings, and thoughts without becoming overwhelmed by them. Once you learn the skills to cope, you become free to stop turning away from your experience and have the energy to embrace your true nature and live your full potential.

When we pause from the busyness, when we stop, it actually gives us a chance
 to come home to our hearts again. — Tara Brach

When you quiet your mind and turn toward your present moment experience, you can learn to respond to your experience with non-judgment, acceptance, and compassion rather than react to it with judgment and wanting things to be other than they are.  This facilitates a deepening sense of peace, ease, and well-being.

 Mindfulness is basically just a particular way of paying attention.
 It is a way of looking deeply into oneself in the spirit of self-inquiry
 and self-understanding. – Jon Kabat-Zinn

As you cultivate compassion, you begin to understand that we are all interconnected and that your well-being depends upon the well-being of the natural world, and the natural world”s well-being depends upon your well-being. As you grow in your understanding of this interrelated ecology of all living things, you grow more committed to nurturing wellness in yourself, others, and the natural world.

Our health—and indeed our entire lives—can be seen as the sum of all our moment-to-moment decisions.  –Kelly A. Turner

SCHEDULE YOUR FREE CONSULTATION

How many times have you tried on your own to make changes in the interest of your well-being and either not been able to change or not been able to sustain the changes? Maybe it’s time to try something different…

Jen offers services in Wilmington, NC and worldwide. Please inquire regarding your specific needs.

Live Intentionally. Choose how your life unfolds. 

If you are ready to say, “Yes” to  your own well-being and living your full potential, contact me to schedule your FREE 15-minute introductory call with me now!