This new course is to help people make sense of and navigate these challenging times by learning some practical skills. The course is made up of three one-hour sessions, which like building blocks build on one another. Participants will be supported with written materials, brief mindfulness practices and ways to integrate what is learned into everyday life.
Dates for this new course will be announced shortly. We hope the first series of sessions will start in June 2020.
Learning to steady and stabilize our attention, intentionally and effectively so we can focus on what is important.
Learning how different modes of being and doing can serve us as at different times. We can think, problem solve and plan. But we can also tune in directly to another way of being; holding our moment-by-moment experience with kindness, care and steadiness. There is great skill in knowing when each mode serves us best.
Having steadied our attention and created some space, we start to have a choice about how we respond. We cover some of the basics of what resources us meet challenges with courage, clarity and wisdom and how we can continue to use these skills in everyday life.
Each session will be held by ZOOM Video Conferencing, which is completely free to register and use.
For details on how to join and use ZOOM please visit their website at: https://zoom.us/resources
Please note: there is a 1,000 participant limit for each session.
The Oxford Mindfulness Centre is a registered charity (number 1122517) and welcomes donations to support our current work and future projects to increase accessibility to mindfulness. All donations, big or small, one-off or recurring are welcomed and easy to process via the below donate button. Thank you to all who donate and make this work possible.