Would you like to find out more about mindfulness meditation?
Life to have greater focus and concentration?
Want a greater capacity to cope with short and long-term stress?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, why not join us for the 4-week Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation course.
The Simply Mindfulness: Beginning Mindfulness and Meditation Distance-Learning course is designed to introduce people to and experience Mindfulness and Meditation in a safe and supportive environment.
What Will You Learn?
Specifically you will learn -
- What mindfulness meditation actually is.
- The benefits of mindfulness meditation.
- How to discover ways to interrupt the "autopilot".
- Ways to develop awareness around your perceptions/thoughts.
- How to use your breath to anchor yourself in to the present moment.
- Techniques to bring you back in to alignment when life starts to get busy and overwhelming.
- How to cultivate mindfulness in your life.
- What Emotional Intelligence is.
- Ways to cultivate emotional intelligence in your life.
- The difference between reacting and responding.
- Attitudinal foundations of mindfulness.
- More about stress reactivity and emotions.
- Strategies to develop authentic self-compassion.
- About acceptance and experiential avoidance.
What is Included in the Simply Mindfulness course?
Following is the short version for the Simply Mindfulness Course -
To see the longer version, free sign-in to the free outline.
Who is the Simply Mindful: Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation Course for?
The introduction to mindfulness meditation course is for people who -
- are ready to learn more about mindfulness meditation,
- would like to start practising mindfulness meditation (instead of just talking about it),
- want to learn ways to deal with stress effectively,
- build a grounded sense of self-confidence and self-worth,
- are ready start to change self-sabotaging patterns,
- want to belong to a group that is practical and grounded in research and education,
- are ready to keep growing and learning (or unlearning may be more appropriate) about your true self.
If you would like to read more about the course, click here.