Free 7 Days of Mindfulness Challenge

“Mindfulness might simply be described as choosing and learning to control our focus of attention.”

– Jon Kabat-Zinn  

Starting Monday 11th March 2019 

In this busy, digitally distracting world it is harder than ever to focus on just one thing at a time! 

Mindfulness is a ancient eastern practice, redesigned for busy western society and backed by modern day science.

Contrary to what you may have heard about mindfulness it is actually a very simple concept to grasp!

In a nutshell mindfulness is about paying deliberate attention to the present moment in a non-judgmental way.

De-clutter your mind for learning and improve fluency via better focus and attention with this FREE 7 day Mindfulness Challenge.  

I’m sure you will be able to take away some mindfulness practices to implement  into your own daily study routines.

✨ 7 Day Mindfulness Challenge…✨

➡️ No email required – free to join.

➡️ Daily encouragement and support.

➡️ Mentorship programme.

➡️ Practice videos.

➡️ Exclusive group chat for participants.

➡️ Live Q&A & chat sessions.

➡️ Continued support on #MindfulMondays

Come join us…

I look forward to reading your responses to this challenge below and on social media. Share this with your friends so they can benefit from the challenge too.

When posting on Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest use: #7MindfulDaysand be sure to tag me @languagelearnersjournal so that I can follow and comment on your progress.

Further Reading…

The Science behind mindful language learning

10 Simple Tips for Mindful Language Learning

3 Simple Language Learning Activities for Mindfulness

What is a more mindful & holistic approach to learning?

Published by

The Mindful Language Learner

Trisha, is the founder of Language Learners Journal.com. An award-winning blog dedicated to empowering and promoting a more mindful approach to independent language learning and teaching across the UK and beyond. Trisha has a professional and academic background in psychology and well-being. She has been practicing mindfulness for over 20 years and has professionally taught CBT-based mindfulness for the past 7 years. You can follow Trisha on her official Facebook Page, Instagram or Twitter accounts to discover how to apply simply mindfulness practices and scientifically proven strategies to your language learning...

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