Mindfulness Meditation: Going Deeper
This day, called 'Mindfulness: Going Deeper' is suitable for those with some previous experience of meditation. It will focus on helping us refine and deepen our meditation practice and look at how to practically deal with the issues which come up for all meditators, such as how to:
Keep our practice alive, fresh and enjoyable
Deal with resistances and challenges which arise in meditation, like boredom, restlessness, lethargy or difficult emotions.
Use these challenges to expand our meditation, and to go beyond the habits of the mind into deeper levels of inner stillness, peace and bliss.
There will be teaching on the four foundations of mindfulness, which include mindfulness of body, mindfulness of effort, mindfulness of mind and mindfulness of life, and the foundations will be used to guide our practice.
The day will include several sitting meditation sessions and time for sharing and discussion. It is to be led by Zeenat Cameron, an experienced meditation teacher with a background in the Buddhist, yogic, and secular mindfulness traditions. Zeenat has practiced and taught for twenty-five years and also worked for many years as a clinical psychologist.
The day runs from 11am till 5.30pm and costs £40 including veggie lunch.
To find out more about this event and our other courses please visit the website: www.insightforwellbeing.co.uk, or contact Zeenat at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0790 813 2256.
Day Event in Mindfulness Meditation
To Book: www.insightforwellbeing.co.uk
Contact: Zeenat on 0790 813 2256 or email@example.com
Would you like to learn how to meditate or deepen your current practice? This day long course in mindfulness meditation will give you the tools you need to begin a regular practice.
Mindfulness can be learned by anyone and is a good place to start if you are beginning meditation as well as being a more experienced practitioner.
It is a simple yet profound practice that brings us fully into the present moment, restful yet alert. This happens when we bring our attention to some process such as our breathing or our bodily sensations and simply witness them without judgement.
Recent scientific research has established a wide range of positive effects, such as stress relief, improved health and happiness, increased mental performance and feeling more in control of our lives. In essence we learn how to master our minds and emotions rather than being enslaved by them.
During the day we will practice a few different mindfulness techniques.
The course is taught by Zeenat Sandra Cameron, an experienced meditation teacher and group facilitator who has studied extensively for twenty-five years in the Buddhist, Taoist, and Yogic traditions. She also trained as a clinical psychologist and has twenty years of experience as a psychotherapist.