What is mindfulness?

Improving self-awareness

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What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness training is a form of meditation practice that aims to bring attention to the present moment and embrace it without judgment.

The ability to be more mindful, to just let your soul dangle and to be more relaxed is not only an effective tool to let go of thoughts and free yourself from thought loops, but also has many other health effects.

It has been proven that mindfulness meditation can increase concentration, performance and satisfaction.

Meditation has a direct and indirect positive effect on the cardiovascular system and improves stress management skills (MBSR = mindfulness based stress reduction). Numerous studies provide impressive evidence of these positive effects.

In short – mindfulness practice does not pursue an esoteric goal and we do not use it as a vague buzzword for general well-being, but it is the starting point of comprehensive physiological relaxation reactions of the organism.

Effects of Mindfulness Training

Modern training in mindfulness and self-awareness has an impact on different areas such as health, stress, productivity, emotional well-being, dealing with others, happiness and sleep.

Overall, it can be a valuable tool for promoting health and well-being and with little regular effort trigger long-lasting, noticeable effects completely free of side effects.

And…mindfulness can be trained. Improved self-awareness makes you more empathetic, open minded and improves the ability for self-reflection. It helps to deal with stress and improves emotional well-being.



Client Reviews

My state of health has stabilized with A.R.T.
Gabriele Krauße, participant of the pilot study -

I had hoped that this form of therapy would have a positive influence on my neurological disease. And so it was: my state of health was stabilized and thus improved by A.R.T. – I can emphasize this five times.

I can recommend A.R.T. to everyone
Anja Reh, participant of the pilot study -

I can recommend A.R.T. to anyone who would like to gain more peace and strength and get their head clear and free again. 10 minutes a day can change your life forever – that’s not a saying, that’s real.

Pain was relieved
Christiane Schönemann, participant of the pilot study -

I have observed that certain pain conditions have been relieved by this meditation. I have become calmer. More relaxed. More concentrated. More patient.

Parkinson's disease in the early stages significantly improved
Volker V., participant of the pilot study -

After the regular music meditation therapy, my Parkinson’s disease has improved considerably in the early stages. It even went so far that I stopped taking my medication.

Therapeutic and prophylactic instrument
Dr. med. Michael Hammes, Specialist in neurology, doctor in Chinese medicine & acupuncture, pain therapist -

Everyone can use the Audio Resonance Therapy preventively to keep yourself healthy. You don’t have to wait until you have a problem. ART is both a therapeutic and a prophylactic instrument.

I use A.R.T. on a large number of patients
Dr. med. Ivonne Ziegeler, Specialist in general medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture and naturopathy -

I use Audio Resonance Therapy with many of my patients – with specific, individual recommendations, depending on the disease. The results are amazing. Patients with insomnia in particular are enthusiastic because the quality of sleep improves very well.

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