What is the Mind Body Connection?

Have you ever had butterflies in your tummy when you’ve felt nervous? That’s the mind body connection at work.

In Irritable Bowel Syndrome, patients suffer gut symptoms exacerbated by stress.

Again that’s the mind body connection.

Struggling to sleep and have a racing mind? Calm your mind and fall asleep easily.

These are just a few examples of the mind body connection. There are many, many more.

By tapping into this amazing resource, we can understand why we behave in certain ways.

As the Buddha said before: “What we think, we become”.

And even more brilliantly, we are able to harness the power of this connection to interrupt and change our behaviours by starting with our thoughts.