ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP
Pause. Do you know how to pause? Do you know how to observe sensations? The breath? Emotions? What are you currently striving for? Where can you let go?
Mindfulness is the psychological process of bringing one's attention to the present moment over and over again. It is a non-judgemental awareness in which each thought, observation, feeling or sensation that arises is acknowledged and accepted. In this developmental workshop, Jacquelyn will explain the difference between informal and formal mindfulness practices as well as the seven major principles: acceptance, non-judgement, patience, beginner's mind, trust, non-striving, and letting go. We will explore how you can implement these mindsets into your current practices as well as elevate your everyday life through the senses and awareness.
There are two minor principles that will be explored in addition to the major seven; generosity and gratitude. When we learn how to adapt these mindsets into our waking lives, we find that we are much happier, healthier and our relationships are more fulfilled. We begin to live from a place of grace and non-judgement for oneself or others.
You will leave this workshop with a new found awareness and the developmental tools to live a more mindful and peaceful life.
Saturday, April 30th from 1:30-3:00PM