In this 3-hour experiential workshop we will focus on bringing our attention into the present moment and learning to just “be” – without having to do, fix or change anything. The participants will be guided through a series of meditation techniques that help to overcome the mind’s constant need to solve problems, worry, dream and be entertained, uncovering the state of conscious presence underneath. There will be multiple opportunities to ask questions that come up during the practice. This workshop is not religious and is not centered around any specific tradition or guru.
In this 3-hour experiential workshop we will focus on bringing our attention into the present moment, accessing the healing intelligence of our body and experiencing awareness that is beyond our thinking mind. The participants will be guided through a mixture of sitting and movement-based (body-based) meditation techniques and there will be multiple opportunities to ask questions that come up during the practice. This workshop is not religious and is not centered around any specific tradition or guru.
The scientific progress of the last several decades can make it seem like scientists have got most things figured out. So much so, that for many people in Western cultures science seems to have replaced religion as the main paradigm through which they look at the world. However, many people apply the scientific paradigm incorrectly and act as if:
1) anything that hasn’t been measured by science does not exist;
2) anything that science hasn’t reliably reproduced can only be attributed to chance.
In this article I will focus on the process that I consider to be at the core of human development – increasing of awareness. I see it as the universal key factor involved in personal growth, attainment of maturity, in career and professional development, in spiritual growth and in advancement of science.
Some people practice spirituality and gain rewarding insights that enrich their life. Some others see spirituality as a cliché pastime for people with limited logical reasoning capabilities. It can certainly be both.