Mindfulness with Friends – Your Group Workshop
With the unfortunate circumstances in the world at the moment regarding Coronavirus, human beings have the amazing ability to adapt to situations. Using different social platforms such as ZOOM, WhatsApp, Skpe and many more, we are now able to stay in touch and see each other. Using this for everyones advantage, Mindful Solutions has created a chance to learn mindfulness with your friends/family together. Wether that is in a supportive capacity to a friend or a loved one or to an inquisitive capacity and wanting to share the experience. What ever your reasons are, mindfulness is open to all who wish to practice and learn with the guidance of a qualified mindfulness practitioner. No previous experience is necessary to enjoy this informal and relaxed workshop from the comforts of your own environment, all the while, seeing and communicating with the people you know.
You can learn how your mind works, why we become emotional or angry as well as why some of us feel anxiety and fear. You may simply want to cope better with stress or maybe want to become more in touch with your own feelings or emotions or adopt a better understanding and a nurturing/relaxing experience. I have not met a person yet who would not benefit from a little mindfulness even if it is looked upon as maintenance for the brain because the human mind never stops wanting to learn.
This workshop also covers the concepts of mindfulness and learning how to cultivate :-
Gratitude, Generosity, Patience, Letting Go, Non-striving, Trust, Openness, Non-harming, Compassion, Kindness, Awareness, Acceptance and Non-judging.
“HAPPINESS IS A STATE OF MIND, NOT A SET OF CIRCUMSTANCES” (Richard Carlson)
Humans have many expectations – that of suffering should not exist or being resistant to change, I should be better than this or I’m not as good as that person there. Our expectations can even prevent us from experiencing grief or loss, happiness or joy, love or confidence. Our thoughts can become quite dominant and become the centre of our attention instead of the object or situation and much if not all of our mindfulness concepts become lost in the constant chatter of the mind. We get ‘caught up in thinking’ rather than feeling and can become swept away with thoughts that bare little evidence to their validity or truth and yet, we believe them. Thoughts and expectations can increase our suffering and take us out of the true emotion that is ok to feel and witness.
“WE ARE ADDICTED TO OUR THOUGHTS. WE CAN NOT CHANGE ANYTHING IF WE CAN NOT CHANGE OUR THINKING” (Santosh Kalwar)
Why not call Lisa on 07547 193555 or complete the form below to ask for more information. You may be surprised how your life can grow with mindfulness in it!