8-Week Mindfulness and Meditation Course
Thursday Evenings - October 13th - December 1st 2022 - Online
The Living Mindfully course is an opportunity for you to gain understanding of the foundations of mindfulness and how to integrate this powerful tool in your daily life. You will learn tools for developing compassion towards yourself and others, gain skills that will help you engage with difficult feelings and situations and develop a kinder and wiser relationship with yourself and the world around you. The course is based on the deep wisdom and the teachings of the Buddha as well as contemporary wisdom practices.
Whether you just started your mindfulness practice or want to deepen it further, this course will give you the techniques and tools over the course of 8-weeks that will enable you to weave mindfulness practice into your day to day experience at work, at home, family life and on the cushion.
Each week will expand on a different topic and will provide a set of tools including guided meditations, inquiry, journaling and practices you can do at home to keep you engaged and motivated throughout the course.
Who is this Course For?
This course is for anyone who is interested in deepening self-awareness, gaining a better understanding of the effects of stress on the mind and the body, calming the overthinking mind, responding to stressful situations in a wiser way, or simply wanting to be more present to life and relationships.
For Flyer and Course Outline click here.
When: Thursday October 13th to December 1st 2022
Times: 6:30pm - 8:30pm (NSW time) on each Thursday evening for 8 sessions.
Cost: $50 + Dana
Additional Cost 'Dana' - In keeping with a 2,500 year old tradition no fee has been charged for the teachings. At the end of the course, you are invited to give a donation (dana) to express your appreciation and to support the teacher to continue her work.
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For more Information email Renata on firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Teacher
Renata Malinauskas - Renata has been studying and practicing in the Buddha Dharma for over 10 years, first in the Tibetan tradition and then in Vipassana and Western Insight. She is the co-founder and guide at Still Water Insight Group in Narrabeen, NSW and is currently a committee member of Insight Meditation Institute and Sydney Insight Meditators. Renata has a particular interest in the interplay between Buddhism and Psychotherapy, most particularly how they benefit and support each other in healing and awakening journeys. She is a certified Mindfulness and Compassion Teacher and works full time as a Body-Centred Trauma Therapist in private practice in Newport, NSW.
'Renata is a gifted teacher and I like very much the way she tunes in to an individual's response and honour that, whilst giving back what might be a good offering for them as well.
I can see that Renata has studied the dharma extensively and it is fab to be the recipient of this specialised knowledge. I love the space and authenticity in her teachings as well as inclusion of relevance to trauma and the unconscious as related to processing deep feelings. I also really enjoyed the class on The Inner Critic!
It seems to me that she lives what she teaches. It is so wonderful to experience that.
- Deborah B.