Live in the Present

mPEAK Performance Coaching, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, and individual therapy

James O’Neill, LCPC, NCC, CPT

About Journey Mindfulness

Journey Mindfulness is committed to teaching its clients how to navigate life throughout happy times and hardships by simply living in the present. Our goal is to share mindfulness interventions with those who need it - whether you’re a first responder, healthcare professional, elite athlete or working parent trying to balance it all - we’re here to help you find your flow in order to enjoy all of life’s special moments.

“If you can breathe, you can meditate.”

Learn how to cultivate the power of mindfulness to help increase Awareness, Compassion, and Performance. Mindfulness gives us a lens to what is happening now, which is the only time you have to take action. Learning to respond skillfully to the present moment can ground us in the midst of the storms of our lives and help us to bounce back with greater resiliency.

Click the play button below to listen to a three-minute breathing exercise.

Customer Testimonials

Michael Millios

I highly recommend Jim to anyone seeking deeper meaning and needing actual tools to navigate this life.

Alissa Blate Jessup

Just had my first ever meditation session with Jim... it was great... I love the one on one approach

Jay Williams

The fact that it’s live participation, scheduled group meditations makes it special and apart from others out there.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I enroll in the MBSR Workshop?

To enroll in the MBSR Workshop, click here.

What if the MBSR session has started, can I still join?

If there is still space, I allow new participants to join up through the second meeting. Once the course has met twice, no new participants are brought in; if this has occurred, please contact me for information about the next course time.

What is required during the course?

In order to get the most out of the course, both regular attendance of the classes and regular work with the material between classes is required. Home practice might take the form of practicing one or more of the mindfulness meditations, or applying mindfulness to daily life situations, for instance, practicing "mindful eating" between classes. Bringing mindfulness to our daily activities does not take any more time than not being mindful of them. Practicing meditations do take time and its important to make this a priority during the class, which may include re-prioritizing your daily activities to find minutes during the day. As someone recently said, "If you have time for Facebook or Twitter, you have time for meditation." Likewise "if you can breathe, you can meditate." Support and ideas for finding time for the home practices is available during the course, however, it will still require your commitment to make this happen, and your own strong determination. The goal is simply to share the teaching to those willing to learn.

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