Mindfulness online course – Online Video Programme

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Free yourself from worry and anxiety with this wonderful introduction to Mindfulness.

It will teach you how to deal with stress as well as provide help with depression.

Our on-demand video programme is the quickest, easiest and most immediate way to access Allen Carr’s Easyway to Mindfulness, when you want, where you want.

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The programme takes only 4 hours

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No more stress

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Better sleep

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No more depression

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World Health Organisation Partner

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50 million people helped worldwide

What’s included?

The online video programme is presented by one of our most experienced therapists, who has personally helped tens of thousands of people, including many celebrities.

  • Access to pre-recorded videos in 4 parts
  • 4 hours total duration
  • 15 days access
  • Language – English
  • Subtitles in English (just click cc on the video)

We recommend you watch in one sitting but if time is an issue we suggest watching Parts 1-2 one day, and Parts 3 -4 the following day

What happens in the online video programme?

Our on-demand video programme is the quickest, easiest and most immediate way to Mindfulness from the comfort of your own home.

See our short video to see what you can expect

We help you to understand your addiction
We help you to understand your issue
We show you how to transform it
We show you how to transform it
We remove the fear so you can set yourself free
We remove the fear so you can set yourself free
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A short trailer of the video programme

Fear plays a vital role in protecting us from danger.

Whether through the response of fight, flight or freeze.

We are equipped with an incredible system for surviving genuine threats to our existence.

We instinctively react, and if our reaction is successful, we survive and the danger goes away.

If we’re not successful we die.

Fortunately for us humans, the genuine threats to our life are very few, and most of those come from other humans.

So our chances of fear ever leading to something life threatening are extremely slim.

But when the threat is imaginary, neither happens.

We don’t perish.

But the danger doesn’t go away either.

Instead, we’re left to live with it forever, battling it in our minds, trying to fight it, avoid it or think it through.

The heightened state of anxiety that was designed to be used in short bursts to help us survive becomes permanent.

Imaginary dangers are mostly created by our own narrative.

Reacquainting yourself with a mindful approach to life

Imagine you could find a way to reduce the stress in your life, free yourself from anxiety, depression, and regret, and enjoy increased happiness and more peaceful relationships, all while remaining calm and in control.

Now imagine that, by achieving that happier mental state, you became less susceptible to sickness, injury, tiredness, and pain.

This programme shows you how you have the power to achieve this happy state quickly, easily, and without making any sacrifices.

What prevents you from being mindful?

Increasingly, mindfulness is being seen as the antidote to a whole host of 21st-century problems: like work-life balance, multi-tasking, peer pressure, cyber bullying, self-image, sleep deprivation, anger, tech addiction, and drug addiction.

As we get caught up in the vicious circle of anxiety and stress, the need for a way to cut out the noise and find the mental space to think clearly becomes paramount.

According to many research sources, average stress levels are higher today than at any other time in history.
We’re afflicted by new illnesses, and mental health issues are on the rise.

At the same time, we’ve become rightly sceptical about the reliance on pharmaceuticals to treat these conditions. There’s a desire to find cures that don’t involve drugs.

In short, there’s a growing desire for peace, some respite from the clamour of modern life, escape from the vicious circle of anxiety, depression, and stress.

The good news is that escape is easy. By following a simple set of instructions in this programme, you can develop the ability to live a happy, healthy life.

Finding Freedom

Allen Carr’s Easyway is a method that has helped tens of millions of people around the world dissolve fears around stopping smoking, drinking, gambling, and junk eating by helping them to change the way they think and see things as they really are

Easyway works by unravelling the brainwashing that leads to confusion and stress and replaces it with a genuine perception of the truth.

When you start to see your situation as it really is, it becomes clear that you possess the capacity to engage with life in a serene, gentle and vibrant way.

You have the necessary tools to fully experience life without unnecessary layers of anxiety and stress. It’s incredibly freeing!

You can start right now, wherever you are as long as you have a good internet/Wi-Fi connection.

The online video programme is available 24/7

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Client Videos

In Jan 2021, I tried Allen Carr’s Easyway after AA as a last resort. I did the 5 hour course and then got on with life. I didn’t even realise I wasn’t drinking! Amazing. [In 2022] did the 8 week mindfulness course. I didn’t expect to gain as much as I did. I just wish it was longer!

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Frequently asked questions

How do you extend the online video programme?


To extend your online video programme please log in to the My Account area (top right corner of every page of the website).

Find your online video programme and on expiry you will see an option to extend.

What is mindfulness?


Mindfulness is a wonderful way of reconnecting with yourself and regaining control and influence over all aspects of your life. It doesn’t necessarily get rid of problems or issues – or even solve them – but it can fundamentally change the way you think and feel about them and make sure that you minimise their impact on you mind, body, and spirit or simply don’t allow them to impact you at all.

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Why be mindful?

  • To learn to respond rather than react to our emotions.
  • To be grateful for what we have.
  • To be a better friend / partner / work colleague.
  • To improve relationships with our children and family members
  • So we don’t miss out on life
  • To improve our relationship with ourselves.
  • To be kinder to ourselves and others.
  • To understand ourselves and our habitual behaviours and realise we have the possibility to change.
  • We practice mindfulness to live a happier life.

Where do I login?


Once you have bought your online video on-demand programme you will receive an email as well as log in details to the My Account area of the website.

The My Account area of the website is found in the top right corner of every screen

Just log in and you will be able to start viewing the product that you bought.