Date(s) - 21/03/2020 - 22/03/2020
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Jamyang Buddhist Centre
The workshop provides practical tools for building inner strength and a more meaningful, fulfilled life based on the 16 Guidelines for Life.
The idea is simple. To change the way we experience the world, we transform the way we think, act, relate to others and find meaning.
What To Expect
This 2-day Level 1 workshop will explore key attitudes for developing a mindful culture in family and community, in education, healthcare, or business. The focus will be on mindfulness, enquiry and ethics using the 16 Guidelines (16G) which provide a framework for reflecting on the ways we think, speak, act and find meaning in life.
The programme offers a range of practical tools and resources presented through a mixture of exercises, group work and discussion. The skill of mindfulness is fundamental and instruction and practice in mindfulness are included.
Beginners to the practices of mindfulness and meditation are welcome. The course is particularly beneficial for individuals who want to take practical techniques and implement them in their home relationships, community or workplace.
Learn How To:
- Increase emotional resilience and confidence
- Improve relationships
- Achieve a greater sense of well-being and purpose
Who Is It For?
This weekend workshop is suitable for people of all faiths and cultural traditions.
As the first step in our facilitator training pathway, this workshop may be of particular interest to those working in group facilitation in the fields of mindfulness or mental health.
Bookings and Cost
Standard fee is £80, concession is £60.
Wendy Ridley has 40 years experience working in education – as a teacher, university lecturer, education department advisor and consultant specialising in religious education and philosophical enquiry. This has provided her with skills and passion to develop, deliver and oversee training programmes. Wendy has been involved in the development of FDCW as a Board member since 2004 and as a Senior 16G Facilitator. She has worked in five very different Buddhist centres and was the director of Jamyang Buddhist Centre Leeds for over 7 years.