Welcoming Mindfulness

About me

I, Manjeet Singh Sethi, am a practising Life and Happiness Coach, Mentor, Counsellor, and Corporate trainer. I have developed a wealth of knowledge and skills throughout my life. I imbibe my clients’ viewpoints to deepen insights, increase self-awareness, and provide tools to empower them to tap into their inherent strengths and help them live a healthy, sustainable life.

Being extremely passionate about improving mental health, I am committed to providing exceptional problem-solving services…

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My Approach

My approach is holistic and personalized; as each person’s emotional journey is unique and requires an individualized approach. The goal is to empower you to develop the skills to manage your emotions effectively, build positive relationships, and achieve greater happiness and fulfilment in all aspects of life.

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Mindfulness is a mental state of being fully present and engaged in the current moment, with an attitude of non-judgemental awareness. It involves paying attention to one’s thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surroundings, without getting caught up in them or reacting to them.

Mindfulness can have a number of benefits for mental and physical health. It has been found to reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, improve mood, increase resilience to stress, and enhance cognitive functioning. It may also have physical benefits, such as lowering blood pressure and reducing inflammation. In addition to formal mindfulness practice, mindfulness can also be incorporated into daily activities such as eating, walking, and interacting with others. By paying attention to the present moment and approaching experiences with an attitude of curiosity and non-judgment, individuals can cultivate a greater sense of awareness and well-being in their daily lives.

Mindfulness counselling can be used to address a range of mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, stress, and substance abuse. By cultivating mindfulness skills, individuals can learn to approach these challenges with greater clarity, resilience, and self-compassion. The counselling sessions may also involve cognitive-behavioural techniques, such as identifying and challenging negative thought patterns and beliefs. This can help individuals to develop more positive and adaptive ways of thinking, which can in turn improve their mood and overall well-being.

Overall, mindfulness counselling can be a powerful tool for promoting mental and emotional well-being, by helping individuals develop greater self-awareness, self-compassion, and resilience.


How Can I Help You?



1. Excessive worry
2. Physical symptoms
3. Avoidance behaviours
4. Irritability


1. Physical symptoms
2. Emotional symptoms
3. Cognitive symptoms
4. Behavioural symptoms



1. Difficulty in concentrating
2.Sleep disturbances
3. Feelings of guilt
4. Physical symptoms


1. Difficulty relaxing
2. Worry and rumination
3. Difficulty sleeping
4. Self-doubt

Relationship Difficulties

1. Communication problems
2. Loss of intimacy
3. Lack of trust


1. Negative self-talk
2. Perfectionism
3. Negative body image
4. Social withdrawal


Abuse & Addiction

1. Physical symptoms
2. Behavioral changes
3. Financial problems
4. Mood swings

Grief & Loss

1. Food Aversion
2. Physical symptoms
3. Guilt or regret
4. Anger or irritability

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Dialectical Behaviour

1. Impulsive behaviour
2. Relationship problems
3. Low self-esteem
4. Difficulty managing stress


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

1. Inattention
2. Hyperactivity
3. Impulsivity


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