Learning in Libraries - Mindfulness

This course is an opportunity to learn through guided practice about Mindful meditation and to understand the true meaning and value of Mindful awareness as a way of being in everyday life.

10 June 2021 10am to 11:15am

Learning in Libraries Online

Thursday 10 June to 29 July 2021

This is an online course - participants will be required to download and use Zoom.
No account is required
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Regular meditation practise has been demonstrated to have enormous health benefits. It does this be increasing our awareness of how our habitual thoughts can create suffering and by enhancing positive choices in daily life. Relaxation has massive health benefits because it activates the body’s own healing systems.

This is not therapy, but please bring your experience to the discussion, a lot of learning happens in the conversation within the group. You will be encouraged to carry out daily practise at home in between sessions. It is the daily practice during the course which produces the benefits.

By the end of the course you will be able to...

  • Develop an awareness for daily opportunities to reduce stress
  • Demonstrate a variety of meditation techniques to increase our ability to relax
  • Examine how living in the past and future can be negative
  • Use mindfulness to tune into the present moment to reduce negative habitual thoughts

Booking is essential.