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- Session 1: The Search for Mindfulness Monday, December 5, at 11:30 a.m. ET
- Session 2: Real World Compassion Friday, December 9, at 11:30 a.m. ET
- Session 3: The Art of Forgiveness Monday, December 12, at 11:30 a.m. ET
- Session 4: Building a Mindfulness Practice Friday, December 16, at 11:30 a.m. ET
This virtual mini-course offers (4) 30-minute mindfulness sessions. The sessions will occur twice per week on Mondays and Fridays for 2 consecutive weeks.
This course provides an overview of mindful meditation techniques and practices. Some benefits of meditation include building skills to manage stress, increasing self-awareness, patience, tolerance and reducing negative emotions. This 4-week course will appeal to meditation newcomers, those with limited experience, and those who have practiced for years. Participants will register for the entire session. There are 50 slots available.
- Students will be able to describe the relationship between mindfulness and meditation.
- Students will learn how to apply greater intention and attention to their compassion practice.
- Students will apply basic principles of forgiveness to themselves and others.
- Students will learn how to make a habit out of mindfulness and meditation.
Dr. Bill Geary began studying mindfulness and meditation in 1982. His interest in meditation started sporadically, and over the subsequent years he has gradually deepened his meditation practice to include weeklong silent meditation retreats, studying an increasing variety of teachers and expanding the length and complexity of his daily meditations. Bill is in the final months of a two-year training course on mindfulness meditation techniques. He will soon attain his Teaching Certificate in Mindfulness Meditation from SoundsTrue. Bill’s teachers include Jack Kornfield, Tara Brach, davidji, Jake Dartington, and others. He is currently the owner of Global Evaluation Solutions (GES). Bill has worked on substance abuse and violence prevention for the past 22 years. He currently resides in Doylestown, PA.