When you are caught in a moment of panic, anxiety or worry or overwhelmed with feelings and emotions, you can use mindful awareness to bring your attention into the here and now.

This short video shows you how to use a simple strategy that tunes you into sights, sounds, feels, smells and tastes.

The more you practise it, the more likely you will find yourself doing it automatically.

It’s a great one for children to have in their well-being toolkit – ready and waiting for them when they need it.

Here’s how…

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