In today’s busy world, it can be difficult to switch off and just take some time out for yourself. With thoughts constantly racing through your mind, and worrying about things that have happened or might happen – there’s no time like today to learn how mindfulness can help you.
Mindfulness is an approach to life that was first developed within the Buddhist tradition. The underlying principle is that the way we think affects our experiences. Stress, anxiety and illness can often be caused and influenced by troubling thoughts, and an uncontrolled state of mind. By learning how to focus the mind, you can access a sense of calm and acceptance enabling you to let go of those anxious thoughts. There have been many scientific studies that have shown how mindfulness can help you gain emotional awareness and be fully engaged in how you to respond to life’s challenges and difficulties.
Enjoy from the comfort of your own home.
Taking place in Derby, the course follows the Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) curriculum.
In a friendly and supportive atmosphere, you will learn how to respond to challenging experiences and situations and develop mindfulness of your body, thoughts and feelings. You’ll explore the experience of learning mindfulness as a part of a group (maximum of 8 participants) and each session will include: Mindful Meditation, reflection of how your personal practice has gone during the week, and how it has influenced your life. Group discussion and exercises that will help you explore the different aspects of Mindfulness.
In between sessions you will be encouraged to devote 20 minutes a day to home practice that will help you explore Mindfulness on a deeper and more personal level.
So if you’re looking for a new way to reduce stress and appreciate your life differently, get in touch to secure your place today.
When: January 7th 2020 for 8 weeks, plus a 5 hour day retreat.
Where: On line using zoom
What time: 6pm to 8pm
Book a call for more information and to book your spot.
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Debbie has had an interest in Buddhist traditions for many years and has seen first hand the benefits of Mindfulness and Meditation. Debbie wanted to share the benefits with others so trained at the Central College of Mindfulness, specialising in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). Debbie has spent time in India to deepen her understanding of Meditation and has a passion for sharing her knowledge about Mindfulness.
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