Why train the mind? In a fast-paced, stimulation-driven world, we find it increasingly difficult to be fully engaged in the present moment. Desires, career aspirations, health worries, children and other distractions make it difficult to stay grounded. Our minds are often engaged in the past or in the future, and we forget to live in the present moment.
As John Lennon from The Beatles said, “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.’ Learning to live in the present moment helps us appreciate the value of each moment and helps us develop positive behaviours. We will learn to cultivate inner silence and stillness, exploring curiosity and opening to different ways of being. We will gain tools to apply into our daily life. The lesson includes experiential guided meditations and time for feedback. All levels welcome.