Mindfulness is a state of mind where the focus on the bodily sensations is at its highest peak. A mindful person is aware of how his/her body is reacting to the anxiety provoking thoughts and symptoms of anxiety.

In the practice of mindful art therapy one practices to be present and remain present to face distressing thoughts, fears, future, or expectations of others. Changing your responses rather than reacting is the aim of mindfulness art therapy.

The latter could be practiced with art activities, which we will introduce in future posts. Please follow our posts on www.montrealarttherapy.com

By: Reyhane Namdari/ Art Therapist