Mindfulness and Meditation Courses

Mindfulness and Meditation Courses from Essential Wholeness Psychology

By: Essential Wholeness Psychology  04-May-2014
Keywords: Meditation,Meindfulness,Stress,Relaxation,Concentration,Effectiveness,Hypnotherapy

An eight session course exploring the nature of consciousness. Integrating the insights of modern psychology with the 2500 year old tradition of buddhist meditation, so you can learn the basic strategies of cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness training. “Meditation is the mind turned back on itself resting in it’s own true nature.” Sogyal Rinpoche Benefits of meditation: relaxation and sense of inner peace improved immune system functioning stress reduction and anger management enhanced concentration and mental clarity release of endorphins for the easing of pain recognition of the source of true self esteem greater ability to enjoy the simple things in life deepening of compassion for oneself and others increased serotonin production for the regulation of anxiety and depression For over thirty years Eric Lyleson has studied meditation with many teachers including: Lama Ole Nydahl, Sogyal Rinpoche, Adyashanti, Eli Jaxon Bear, Lama Tendar, Jack Kornfield & Marianne Williamson Eight Thursday evenings 7.00 - 8.30 Begins: first week of each school term: February, April, July, October​ Cost: $300 (medicare rebate: $160.00 with GP referral) Seating available on chairs or cushions Where: 107/30 Fisher Rd, Dee Why

Keywords: Meditation,Meindfulness,Stress,Relaxation,Concentration,Effectiveness,Hypnotherapy

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