Still Quiet Place
You can find it just by closing your eyes and breathing.
Why don’t you try it now?Click To Listen
The Still Quiet Place is a comforting place to visit, especially if you are having a bad day – feeling angry, sad, scared, or lonely. As you learn to meet your thoughts and feelings in the Still Quiet Place , you may discover that they are not as powerful as they seem.
Children, teens and adults who visit the Still Quiet Place frequently, find life is more enjoyable; they are kinder to themselves, and calmer and more creative when they are having difficulties with friends, family, school, sports and other activities.
One of the easiest ways to find the Still Quiet Place is to practice Mindfulness. Mindfulness is simply paying attention to your life experience here and now with kindness and curiosity. Try it; close your eyes and just listen to the sounds around you –Click To Listen
You just practiced a form of mindful listening! You can learn to bring this same type of pure listening to your thoughts and feelings. And when you listen to your thoughts and feelings with kindness you may naturally discover more peaceful ways to live your life.
If you would like to bring a mindfulness program to your school, sports team, youth or parenting group, school or health care staff please contact Dr. Saltzman. She is available to offer hour long presentations, 2-4 hours workshops and 8-10 week courses, tailored to meet your community’s needs.