mindfulness

GLEN SVENSSON: How to Cultivate Mental Balance & Well-Being

Discover how to cultivate inner well-being through focusing on four types of mental balance: motivational, attentional, cognitive and emotional). With his clear and structured teaching style, Glen emphasises the integration ​of philosophical ​view, meditation and daily life conduct. Includes a short break in the middle followed by a guided meditation and time for questions.

Becoming Your Best Self (short course)

A 2-week short course, drawing on Buddhist psychology. We examine the nature of happiness and what brings lasting peace. We also discover how to best structure our day so we make the most of our time. In this way we naturally become more peaceful, confident and focused.

The Empathy Dilemma: Overcoming Burnout and Fatigue

Discover how our natural empathy is both the source and solution of burnout and fatigue. Most of us will experience a point where we just want it all to stop. Even tasks we’re passionate about can become too daunting and we shy away or do them with a sense of obligation or resentment. When this burnout and fatigue strikes, there are steps we can take to get back on course and it’s simpler than you might think. Join us for a fascinating and practical combination of modern research findings and ancient practices to help you be at your best and still give your best to others.

Sitting with the Buddha

These meditations connect us with our own ‘buddha nature’, our innate pure and blissful mind, and help remove the negative states of mind that destroy our peace and happiness. Learn to utilise the natural creativity of the mind to train in positive habits and attitudes.

Sitting with the Buddha

These meditations connect us with our own ‘buddha nature’, our innate pure and blissful mind, and help remove the negative states of mind that destroy our peace and happiness. Learn to utilise the natural creativity of the mind to train in positive habits and attitudes.

Cultivating Collaboration: Relationships in Balance

“In the long history of humankind, those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed.” — Charles Darwin. We’re all born with an innate drive to interact and collaborate, yet our relationships can be the root of frustration and unhappiness. In this course you’ll learn to cultivate constructive, harmonious relationships that can enhance your quality of life personally and professionally. We will share ancient techniques to enhance mindfulness, empathy and compassion supported by the psychology of what makes relationships rewarding (or not).

Anger, Patience and Forgiveness

Ksanti, which is translated as both ‘patience’ and ‘tolerance’, is the Buddhist art of being able to maintain a positive approach when things go wrong. It gives us the opportunity to choose beneficial reactions that are not driven by our usual compulsive mental habits of anger and jealousy, and helps us move towards forgiveness. It is one of the most essential skills we can learn to help us lead a happier, drama-free life.

Relax and Take Control: Balancing a Busy World

Our lives have become busier than ever before. Stress and anxiety are on the increase, but we can learn to take control of our own well-being. With the right tools and understanding, we can improve our creativity, relationships and resilience. It’s a balancing act that is surprisingly simple and delivers a reliable return on our investment for years to come. Discover a unique blend of modern science and ancient contemplative approaches to resilience and flourishing.

Becoming Your Best Self

Drawing on Buddhist psychology, we examine how to bring forth our innate good qualities, and how to overcome the distraction, anxiety and depression that hampers our life and happiness. With these methods to overcome our destructive emotions and habits, we will naturally become more peaceful, and our relationships with others will naturally become happier and more constructive.

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