Date(s) - July 11, 2022
11:00 am - 11:30 am

Mindfulness is the opposite of mindlessness. Learning to be mindful allows us to stay present in the moment. It involves single pointedly resting our awareness in one place for an extended period
without being distracted. With mindful awareness we can more accurately assess and respond to situations and people, separate ourselves from old beliefs and become more accepting of ourselves
and others.

We will cover:
 Ellen Langer’s theory of Mindfulness
 The difference between mindfulness and meditation
 The qualities of a mindful state
 Benefits of mindfulness on our health and wellbeing
 Learning mindfulness practice

This session won’t be live due to unforseen circumstances. Please click here to watch the recording inside the Membership Library!