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Group Meditation

3h Workshop 

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. In other words it’s a state of well-being that allows us to have a positive outlook.


Researchers are finding more and more evidence pointing to the many benefits of optimism and positive thinking. Such findings suggest that not only are positive thinkers healthier and less stressed, they also have greater overall well-being. A number of studies show that optimists are in general both psychologically and physiologically healthier.


Positive thinking helps with stress management and can even improve your health.

Majority of people are living by the hormone of stress. We can turn on the stress response just by thought alone. Excessive negative thinking can knock your body out of physiological balance and affect your physical and psychological wellbeing.


The aim of this workshop is to build awareness around the power of our thoughts (both positive & negative) and how they can impact the quality of our lives: our performance, relationships, aspirations and beliefs. During the workshop you will learn some of the most effective techniques for cultivating a positive mindset, you will walk away with a lot of powerful resources, practical tips and an idea on how to enhance your mental fitness looking forward.


There are plenty of benefits of positive and healthy mindset:


  • You are able to successfully cope with negative emotions: stress, anxiety, sadness.

  • You balance emotions with logic. Mentally strong people understand how their emotions can influence their thinking. In an effort to make the best decisions possible, they balance their emotions with logic.  

  • You choose productive behaviour.

  • You feel confident in your ability to adapt to change. Mentally strong people know that although change is uncomfortable, it's tolerable. They focus their energy on adapting to change, rather than resisting it.

  • You face the fears that hold you back. While mentally strong people don't need to conquer fears because they have something to prove to others, they do strive to face the fears that hold them back. 

  • You learn from your mistakes.

  • You balance self-acceptance with self-improvement. Mentally strong people accept themselves for who they are, while simultaneously recognising their need for personal development. 

  • You view life's hardships as opportunities for growth. While hardship causes some people to grow bitter, mentally strong people let adversity make them better.

  • You practice delayed gratification. Mentally strong people view their goals as a marathon, not a sprint. They're willing to tolerate short-term pain when it can provide long-term gain.


I had such an incredible opportunity to attend a number of Patrycja's sessions and each of them have been so professionally led and empowering. Patrycja not only inspires but also provides practical tools to continue with self-work outside of her workshops, which I found so incredibly useful. 

I think the workshop is unique. The space (even online) and atmosphere created by you Patrycja gave me and the other participants many opportunities to speak up, open, reflect, learn new skills and practical tools, which can be implemented right away. For me amazing experience every single time!

Patrycja is an excellent speaker and had lots of energy and positivity - really enjoyed it and learnt a lot from it, thank you!

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