the practice of moment-to-moment awareness,
is the ability to purposefully pay attention to things we ordinarily never give a
moment's thought to. It is a way of paying attention to everyday activities and
interactions, and a way of looking deeply into oneself in the spirit of self-inquiry, selfunderstanding,
In this experiential and highly interactive program, you will learn a variety of
effective techniques—practical methods, meditations, exercises, gentle yoga positions,
and other activities that you can apply to daily living. According to best-selling
author and teacher Lama Surya Das,
"Mindful living is renowned as an extraordinary
way of loving and more fully accepting ourselves. By the practice of "presencing"—
cultivating mindful awareness and lucid presence of mind, both in formal meditation
and daily life—we enable ourselves to live more fully and truly inhabit each and every
moment. One moment of total awareness is one moment of freedom and enlightenment."
Learn how integrating mindfulness as a daily
practice can be used to:
- Consciously direct our awareness and eliminate negative
self-talk and mental clutter
- Increase focus and attention in the workplace
- Enhance compassion, empathy, and presence in all
- Improve your ability to perceive, understand, and manage
your emotions and your reactions to people and situations
- Enrich everyday activities such as eating, walking, and
- Decrease physical and emotional stress and increase your
ability to relax
|Develop the capacity to be fully present, awake and
aware of the preciousness
of life from moment to moment.
“While the body is subject to all the influences
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of materiality, it may be controlled—the emotions
thereof—by the mind. And the mind may be
directed by spirit.”
Open to people of all levels of spiritual practice and belief.
Mindfulness is taught in universities, businesses, and medical centers,
and is reflected in Edgar Cayce’s readings on ideals and mastery of self.
** Open to anyone, Life members may redeem their passes.