Meditation Drop-In Group
Are the thoughts in your head keeping you from using your head? Is procrastination a problem? Try mindfulness meditation drop-in outreach to calm those unhelpful thoughts and to use your time more effectively.
Thank you for your interest in the drop-in meditation workshop. This is an opportunity to practice meditation which has been shown to lead to an increased sense of calmness and concentration. Meditation can help you be less distracted by thoughts of doubt and fears.
The tendency to procrastinate decreases and study time becomes much more efficient.
NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY
What is this Workshop About?
WHERE: Here at CAPS, 3624 Market Street, 1st Floor West
When: Thursdays 5-6pm, starting Thursday, September 7th
Newcomers please arrive at 4:30pm. Before you join the drop-in group, please print, complete and bring this Registration Form to your first session.
There is an optional 6-6:30pm session to discuss how to tailor the practice into your daily life
This is a drop-in workship. There is no need to sign up. Just show up. You are not obligated to attend a set numnber of sessions; however, the more that you practice, the better you are at avoiding or minimizing stressors.
Finally, mindfulness is a tool that you can use for the rest of your life and in all realms of your life. It is a wonderful gift to give yourself.
Newcomers are always welcome. Please feel free to contact me if there are any additional questions.
Calendars to Help in Your Meditation
While our workshop does not have a formal structure, there are certain methods that you can use to strenthen your experience. Use the 20-Breath Self Nurturing Schedule to help you stay connected to calmness regularly. The Daily Gratitude Schedule can help you to be mindful of the good around you and focus on the positive in your life rather than the negative. It has been show by research that experiencing regular gratidude or acknowledging and appreciating all the good in your life drastically reduces depression and feelings of isolation.
Ella Ray, PhD