Connection-Hour: Nurturing a Global Beloved-Community

2804, 2021

Connection-Hour: Nurturing a Global Beloved-Community

Connection-Hour: Nurturing a Global Beloved-Community

Please See the Upcoming Dates and Topics Below.

10:00 – 11:00 AM PST (US, Canada)

FREE EVENT – please register below to get the zoom link

Overview

Connection-Hour: Nurturing a Global Beloved Community is part of our Lifelong Practice & Development Offering series. In these uncertain times, we have a chance to radiate our positive […]

2804, 2021

Living Life Fully After Loss: Mindful Self-Compassionate Grieving.

How To Grieve or Help Others Grieve with Mindfulness & Self-Compassion

Begin to Live Fully After Loss

Sunday, May 30th From 10 AM to 12 PM (PST)

Plus 30 Min Supportive Meditation Mondays 7:30 am (PST)

Overview:

Dr. Motaghy talks about how she went through the tsunamis of grief.

Mindful Self-Compassionate Grieving is a very special and meaningful way of being […]

104, 2021

Full Body Yes by Scott Shute, Head of Mindfulness and Compassion, LinkedIn

Full Body Yes by Scott Shute, Head of Mindfulness and Compassion, LinkedIn

Friday, April 23 at 1 PM (PST)

Scott Shute – Head of Mindfulness and Compassion, LinkedIn

Scott is at the intersection of the workplace and ancient wisdom traditions. He has been an active advocate for customers and employees in the technology space for over 20 years, with […]

506, 2020

MINDFULNESS, HEALING, AND OPTIMIZATION FOR ADULT ADHD

Section D: Transforming Negative Self-Views into Self-Compassion & Healing.

Instructor: Dr. Manijeh Motaghy

Four Wednesdays; May 18 – June 8

5:30 to 7:30 PM, PST

Click Here to Register Through UCLA MARC Website

ADHD Mindfulness program will help heal and optimize your life. You are creative and brilliant, however, prone to procrastinate, be unorganized, live with clutter, easily get distracted, […]

1804, 2020

How To Mindfully Survive Quarantine Family Tensions, April/24-26

How To Mindfully Survive Quarantine Family Tensions

April 24, 25, 26 – Fri, Sat and Sun, From 3-4:30 PM
For Shorter sessions go to Thursday, April 23, 11am or 1pm.
Overview
Relating to one another is getting harder for many families in quarantine across the nation. Not being prepared for spending so much time together in quarantine, relationship issues […]

902, 2017

Classes: IBCT9: Introduction to Right Concentration

Introduction to Right Concentration
Overview
This is an introductory class for those who are curious to know more about Buddha’s core teachings, where they come from and what else is there other than Mindfulness to enhance one’s practice and sense of satisfaction.

Genuine happiness is possible, and you can reach it through your own efforts. You don’t have […]

112, 2016

Classes: ADHD: Mindfully Focused and Attentive

ADHD: Mindfulness for ADHD (Adults)
Topic: Mindfully Focused & Attentive

 

Overview

Attention in ADD/HD is not a deficit rather it is inconsistent.  This class will teach how to manage your attention from being everywhere but here.  Staying engaged even when you feel bored and tuned out. Strengthening a sense of presence at work and with loved ones.

 

For many […]

2803, 2016

Mindful Money

Description:
This class offers guidance and tools decreasing your stress and anxiety around issues of money.

Prerequisite: none.

STRUCTURE
Class will meet weekly for two hours per week for six weeks. Students will receive home practices including meditation and other exploratory assignments and tools to improve their skills for happier relationships.
AGE: These classes are suitable for ages 16 and […]

2803, 2016

Classes: Eightfold Path: Right Livelihood

Eightfold Path: Right Livelihood

Overview
“The way you support yourself can be an expression of your deepest self, or it can be a source of suffering for you and others.” – Thich Nhat Hanh
We spend a significant portion of our lives in the practice of some form of livelihood. In this class we will explore the qualities […]