Mindfulness has its origins

in Zen Buddhism and is independent of ideology, religion and value systems. The treatment trains an approach that is necessary for the present moment.

Mindfulness requires us to concentrate and pay attention to our thoughts, feelings and reactions without wanting to change them. By accepting ourselves fully in the moment, we develop the ability to manage our lives towards a greater degree of freedom.

Therapists that work with this method:

Bo Wikström
Peter Hagerrot


Mindfulness uses various techniques and models to train the conscious presence, including training to achieve the necessary basic attitude, a model with which to understand the value of and develop “moment to moment mindfulness” in stressful situations, breathing exercises, various forms of meditation, a variety of yoga techniques and varying degrees of inquiry.


Mindfulness is used to treat various chronic conditions, chronic pain, stress and exhaustion symptoms, burn-out and different life crisis scenarios.

paying attention
in a particular way:
On purpose,
in the present moment and non-judgmentally.”

–Jon Kabat-Zinn,
Founder of the Stress Clinic in Massachusetts.

Sitting quietly,
doing nothing,
spring comes,
and the grass grows, by itself.

“There is an I in me
Deeper than me
Whose eyes look at me
From inside of me.”
Yunus Emre

“To see a world in a
grain of sand
And a heaven in a wild
Hold infinity in the
palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour.”
William Blake

“An eye for an eye
makes the whole world blind.”
Mahatma Gandhi

“Peace comes from within.
Do not seek it without.”
The Buddha

“We are all in the gutter, but
some of us are looking up at the stars.”
Oscar Wilde

“…a brilliant blue light,
the size of a tiny seed,
that appears to the meditator
whose energy has been awakened.
The Blue Pearl is the suble abode of
the inner Self.”
Swami Muktananda

“If we desert the inner self
to focus on the energy outside,
it leaves a vacancy
Trudy Vesotsky


Herbert Benson : The Relaxation Response
Germer – Siegel – Fulton : Mindfulness and Psychotherapy
Narain Ishaya : Chit Happens – A Guide to Discovering Divinity
Jon Kabat-Zinn : Full Catastrophe Living
Jon Kabat-Zinn : Var Du än är är Du där
Kwee – Gergen – Koshikawa : Horizons in Buddhist Psychology
Kalyani Lawry : Only That
Mia Leijssen : Psychotherapy as Search and Care for the Soul
David Lynch : Catching the Big Fish – Meditating, Consciousness and Creativity
Marc Micozzi – Donald Mc Cown : NEW WORLD MINDFULNESS
Ken McLeod : Wake Up to Your Life
Åsa Nilsonne : Vem bestämmer i ditt liv?
Clinton Ober : Earthing – The most important health discovery ever

Thich Nhat Hanh : Beeing Peace
Thich Nhat Hanh : The Blooming of a Lotus – Guided Meditation for Achieving the Miracle of Mindfulness
Thich Nhat Hanh : Vi är redan framme! : en zenbuddhistisk text om frid och fred
Åsa Palmkron Ragnar / Katarina Lundblad : Fri från Stress med Mindfulness – Medveten närvaro och acceptans
Suzanne Segal : Collision with the Infinite
Daniel J. Siegel : The Mindful Brain
Paul Sundlin : Vila för Själen – Meditativ bön för moderna människor
Ken Wilber : ONE TASTE – The Journals of Ken Wilber
Mark Williams & Danny Penman : A practical Guide to finding peace in a frantic world
Michael Wombacher : 11 DAYS – At the Edge