I always encourage mindfulness during my sessions. Together we will pay attention, on purpose to the present moment without preference for one experience over another. This means noticing thoughts as they arise in the moment, and being aware of emotions, body sensations and movements as they are experienced. We can describe and explore these experiences to find out more about them and what they might be telling us about the present situation. Your aim is to carry that mindfulness into your day-to-day life, so that you can live your present moments more fully, enjoying the richness of life, and responding effectively to the needs of your mind-body system.