Dr Daniel J. Siegel, defines mindfulness as the process of developing an awareness of the present moment that is filled with COAL—curiosity, openness, acceptance and love toward our ongoing experience.

When life and relationships doesn’t go the way we planned or hoped, we sometimes collapse into emotional chaos, which can lead us to make poor decisions and act unwisely. This chain of events can create a great deal of suffering for us. However, it’s possible to relate to the disappointment and difficulty in our lives without stress and anguish. Emotional chaos is the result of reactive mind states such as anger, anxiety, frustration, irritation, restlessness, worry, insecurity, doubt, obsession, etc.

Life is unpredictable and sometimes painful, so it is natural for it to generate mental and emotional chaos. However, we can train our minds through the practice of mindfulness and move to a state of clarity in which you are able to respond to people and situations from a responsive mind state.

This training is offered to anyone above the age of 18 and requires no previous experience in meditation. It is especially suited for families and couples, teenagers and divorcees or anyone that would like to live a life with radiant relationships.

What can you learn from the workshop?

  • What is Mindfulness and how does it impact your body and mind
  • How to stay grounded in your deepest values in the face of uncertainty - learn the skills to accept gain and loss equally and derive insight from each
  • How to respond with clarity with increased emotional intelligence
  • How to discern between thoughts, words, and actions that cause harm and those that do not, and act accordingly.
  • To know your true nature, the essence of your character, and how to protect it.
  • How to learn to speak only what is true, useful, and timely, even during moments of anger and outrage.
  • To not allow the past and the conditioned habitual responses to impact the present
  • To observe and learn from the dynamics of what is happening in a relationship and assume responsibility for your responses
  • To communicate more effectively by noticing verbal and non verbal communication
  • Changing attitudes towards victimhood, blame, disgrace or betrayal
  • Increase your empathy, compassion, acceptance, tolerance and forgiveness
  • Acquire the ability to soothe yourself whenever you feel disappointed or overwhelmed by life

If you are interested or would like to know more, please get in touch with us here