Thursday, 4 April 2013

Mindfulness and creativity

A course for men and women,  led by leading Buddhist mindfulness practitioner,  Vajradaka

This mindfulness based course gives you the space and opportunity to keep the momentum and focus on having a richly-experienced, satisfying and creative life. What is creativity in your own life and do you find creative solutions for daily issues?

Over three clear and practical session, you will learn guidance for being mindful and creative and what that means for you. Learn how to develop the relevant and progressive skills for igniting creativity and a sense of connectedness in all aspects of your life.

April 23 - May  7th



A course for men and women at the Women's Resilience Centre hosted by Kazuri in Whitechapel.
Participants need to commit to all sessions as it is a progressive process.

Some of what we will cover on the course:

Week 1, Tuesday 23 April
Your inner life determines your outer life
Simple and easy to use mindfulness methods for finding what is important for you.
Exploration of what effectively helps you achieve your direction and values.
Coming into a sense of confidence in your strengths and being effective.
Have everything going in the same direction
Dealing with distraction and keeping a sense of direction.
Entering into a sense of wholeheartedness and motivation.
The relationship between discipline and spontaneity.

Week 2, Tuesday 30 April
Being engaged and fully present
Dealing creatively with obstacles to decisiveness.
Keeping a sense of momentum.
Skills for breaking out of habits which disconnect you from what matters to you.
The fun/serious dichotomy
Having a big picture of what is in your best interests.
Working from your strengths.
Enjoying the process of personal development, even when it's hard.

Week 3, Tuesday 7 May
Overcoming expectations and getting real
Understanding what being in a process means
The creative process of being receptive to opportunity and keeping the initiative
Dealing with the double-edged consequences of being successful

This course is open to women and men and it is led by Vajradaka who is an ordained Buddhist and also who is one of the most experienced practitioners and teachers of mindfulness and creativity around. We feel that because of his long experience of leading these courses he is the perfect teacher for participants keen to explore their understanding of the ancient Buddhist practice of mindfulness in a way it can be applied practically into our own lives.

We hope you will join us for 3 very special evenings later this month.
For more information please email us

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