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Mindfulness Coaching: Gratitude

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Mindfulness & focusing on Gratitude Building on from my last blog around mindfulness coaching focusing on happiness, I thought it important to explore a little further, coaching our mindfulness thinking towards gratitude. We previously discussed that it’s important to start and end the day by being grateful. This means not just being grateful for all […]

Mindfulness Coaching in London &...

Mindfulness Coaching

Within the busy schedule of modern life, people from all walks of life are looking for time out of their busy lifestyles and want some quality time to relax. I give you, mindfulness coaching! I discovered mindfulness because I wanted to find peace & calm my thoughts, I felt consumed by my own thinking and […]

Be careful what you wish for.

Be careful what you wish for.

Be careful what you wish for This week I would like to offer you an ancient Chinese folk tale with a timeless message: “There was once a stonecutter who was dissatisfied with himself and with his position in life. One day he passed a wealthy merchant’s house. Through the open gateway, he saw many fine […]

Lucky to be alive

Lucky to be alive

  Lucky to be alive Mindful types like to remind us that we’re not ‘human doings’, we’re ‘human beings’! But what does it mean to stop ‘doing’ and just ‘be’? Even just sitting on the sofa is doing something, isn’t it? You’re sitting, breathing, thinking, feeling, itching, scratching, fidgeting… In fact, you can sit on the […]

The benefits of a digital detox

The benefits of a digital detox

The benefits of a digital detox Here is another blog from Andy Hix. Enjoy Last week I spent a week on a silent meditation retreat: no phones, screens, reading, writing, or even eye contact. There was nothing to distract me except my own thoughts and feelings, which meant I had plenty of distractions. Although these […]

How Many Rabbits Are You Chasing?

How Many Rabbits Are You Chasing?

This is a blog by Andy Hix How Many Rabbits Are You Chasing? ​“If you chase two rabbits, both will escape.” A big part of mindfulness is training your attention focus on one thing at a time, and I thought I’d become a lot better at doing so since I’ve been practising daily. However, when I […]

How judgemental are you?

How judgemental are you?

How judgemental are you? Imagine this scenario. You’re walking along the street, carrying an expensive vase that you’ve bought for your mother’s birthday. Suddenly someone walks straight into you, you drop the vase and it smashes on the ground. Anger boils up. Now imagine the same situation, except that this time as you look up […]

Mindfulness Club London

Mindfulness Club London

KCTHERAPY is now hosting mindfulness classes in London check out the link for more details. http://www.meetup.com/Mindfulness-Club-London/

THE BUSINESS CASE FOR WORLD PEACE

THE BUSINESS CASE FOR WORLD PEACE

Last week I went to a talk hosted by Action for Happiness, with one of the first employees at Google, Chade-Meng Tan, whose ambition is to create the conditions for world peace in his lifetime. You might think that there are lot of problems that need solving for this to happen – but his solution […]

The Power of Meditative Practice

The Power of Meditative Practice

Wow this is amazing news reported from Epoch Times. There are so many ways to improve our way of life such as Chi Gung, Yoga, Meditation, Mindfulness to name but a few. It is so great that we now have more options in our lives to live a more healthier life style. The good news […]

Guardian Reports on Mindfulness

Guardian Reports on Mindfulness

Mindfulness: a beginner’s guide The meditation technique aimed at focusing the mind on the present moment is an effective treatment for depression, according to a new report. So what is mindfulness and how do you do it. Mindfulness techniques involve sitting in a quiet place, paying attention to your body and training the mind to […]

The Critical Voice

The Critical Voice

Many clients come to me with the issue of beating themselves up internally. We call this the critical voice. The one that nags away in your head saying things like your not good enough, you wont do that, your to scared, you never stand up for yourself. This is just a few statements I have […]

My Dear Friend Anxiety part 1

My Dear Friend Anxiety part 1

My dear friend Anxiety: Part 1 – common signs/symptoms of anxiety, how to track them and what to do when they show up Magdalena Bak-Maier, PhD www.maketimecount.com It came out of nowhere, sudden shaking, lack of sleep or distorted vision, nightmares, racing heart, digestion problems and a sense that control is slipping away. Yes, life […]

My Dear Friend Anxiety

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I feel so lucky to have my friend and colleague Magdalena Bak-Mair doing a series on anxiety for us. I hope you enjoy. My dear friend Anxiety: a personal journey towards understanding, managing and thriving in life. Magdalena Bak-Maier, PhD www.maketimecount.com It comes like a dark cloud out of nowhere and before you know it […]

My Dear Friend Anxiety

My Dear Friend Anxiety

It is my pleasure to welcome my friend and colleague  Magdalena Bak-Mair to the blog. She has kindly offered to do a series for us to enjoy. My dear friend Anxiety: a personal journey towards understanding, managing and thriving in life. Magdalena Bak-Maier, PhD www.maketimecount.com It comes like a dark cloud out of nowhere and […]

New Findings in Mindfulness Reasearch

New Findings in Mindfulness Reasearch

The mindfulness movement is moving across the UK, now with more and more interest from politicians, businesses, health sector, prisons and universities, on the benefits of this simple practice. It is no wonder that everyone is talking about it. Google in California were reported to send there teams on mindfulness courses, prisons are finding by […]

Life is full of misfortunes

Life is full of misfortunes

“It is true that life is full of misfortunes, but fortunate is he who knows how to utilise the ideas which can make him creative.” Swami Rama. We all have times in our life which are difficult to deal with. For me this is when I grow the most. Working through our behaviours and patterns […]

Step back and take your time

Step back and take your time

Today is the day to step back and take your time. With such busy lives we can often get overwhelmed. Take a step back, breathe and remind yourself what a wonderful productive day it is today. A few minutes reflection is all that is needed to keep a clear healthy mind. See how much more […]

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Mindfulness Testimonials

"I've been working with Ken for the past two and a half years. During this time we have had weekly meetings, the majority of which have been via Skype with a few taking place face to face. The experience of talking via Skype and face to face does not vary greatly as Ken always works in a space that is suited to our work. This is testament to Ken's skills and his commitment to our work. For those that need to work remotely I can recommend this an option." (Skype Client, Director, Dubai)
"I had been a client of Kenneth’s for over two years when, due to a change of job, I had to move to London. Since then I’ve been having my sessions by Skype. Before I started these sessions, I had been a little concerned that it would feel different, or less personal somehow, to have therapy that wasn’t face to face. However, I have been surprised by how natural it feels to have a session this way, and how the sense of really being listened to and understood transcends the medium which we are using to communicate. My weekly therapy is an invaluable part of my life and my weekly routine, and now I have the convenience of having it from my own room, and to be able to communicate with Kenneth, wherever he is in the world.” ( Skype Client, Artist, London)

Contact Me

If you have any questions or need any more information please contact us via methods below:

Mobile: 07527532600

Email: ken@kctherapy.co.uk