6 weeks | SEK 1465
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The word Mindfulness is also one of the earliest translations ever made of the word "sati" in Pali, a Sanskrit-like vernacular spoken at the time the Buddha began teaching 2,500 years ago. Sati is the nominalization of the verb "sarati" which means to remember or remember. Since remembering is precisely bringing to the present, sati or mindfulness in its ultimate conception is the basic human ability to be able to be in the present and to "remind" ourselves to be in the present, that is, to constantly return to the present, here and now.
Mindfulness is used as a method where we learn to breathe consciously while being aware of our body and soul. Mindfulness is about paying attention to what is happening right now, in the moment. You learn to direct your breathing and your attention to emotions and the body. It is a preventive exercise through mental exercises whose goal is to fix the attention in the present moment to feel things as they happen, without trying to exercise any control over them.
In this course I use Mindfulness meditations as a relaxation method that involves presence of mind or conscious presence. In reality, it's a meditation technique, where you practice living in the present, paying attention and taking advantage of the moment.
In healthcare, Mindfulness is used as a technique to manage anxiety, stress and depression.
Mindfulness is a practice that teaches us to have non-judgmental awareness and to be in the moment.
Practicing mindfulness means focusing our attention on our experiences while learning to be aware of (but not engaging with) our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations and our surroundings.
Through this awareness, we can learn to react differently to our thoughts and feelings, which can enable us to change negative patterns
I hold courses in mindfulness training. It takes about 90 minutes once a week for six weeks. You will gain knowledge about what mindfulness is and what it can be used for. You will also be introduced to a conscious approach to both yourself and your surroundings. There is a limited number of places, first come, first serve!
The course plan:
Week 1 – Mindfulness, evolution and the autopilot
Week 2 – Stress management, relaxation and body awareness
Week 3 – Mind balance and inner balance
Week 4 – Cultivating the good
Week 5 – The most important parts of life
Week 6 – Closing
I recommend you buy/borrow the book "Wherever you go, you are there" written by Jon Kabat-Zinn.
It goes through the basics and at the same time works as a kind of tutorial if you want to work with Mindfulness.
Dates for the next semester:
Tuesdays at 18-19:30 from week 4 to week 9
Next course opportunities: Autumn 2023
You are welcome to call or email me if you want to know more about the course. Or book the course, I promise you will notice a big change already after the first meeting. Namaste
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Said about the course:
"I had no expectations, didn't know what it would bring. My inner feeling wanted me to try and I don't regret it. The course was for me a time of reflection. If you feel lost, the course is a tool to find presence and see things with different eyes"
- Lena L