Feeling overwhelmed by emotions? Challenged by your relationships? Would you like to understand your feelings more fully?
By cultivating mindfulness and compassion, we’re able to know our emotions more fully, respond to strong emotions more wisely, and cultivate and strengthen positive emotions — all of which builds resilience.
This workshop will include:
- A 22-page workbook with exercises and resources for building your resilience
- Supportive guided meditations
- Mindful journaling practices (please bring a notebook & pen or pencil)
- Small and large group discussion
- Practical tools for difficult moments in everyday life
In this three hour participatory workshop, you’ll learn techniques to help you recognize and respond to difficult emotions with both mindfulness and compassion. Explore a variety of practices, learning simple tools to reduce stress and anxiety, increase joy, and weather life’s difficulties with greater ease.
You’ll learn to:
- Know your emotions more fully
- Respond to strong emotions more wisely
- Cultivate and strengthen positive emotions
I would recommend this class to anyone who is interested in learning tools to help them respond to the challenges and vagaries of daily life more consciously and deliberately. I plan to take advantage of many more Mindfulness Northwest offerings.
Saturday, October 29
1:00 – 4:00pm PST
Tuition is offered on a sliding scale ($55-$100). We also offer payment plans and a limited number of scholarships for each program. No need to apply; simply choose the amount that’s right for your budget.
Soothing. You will give yourself a gift by attending. I came away refreshed, with a couple new ways to help myself on a day to day basis.
About the Instructor
Tim Burnett: Founder, Executive Director and Guiding Instructor at Mindfulness Northwest, Tim has been leading groups in both the mindfulness and Zen Buddhist styles for many years. He began meditating in 1986 and was ordained as a Soto Zen priest in 2000, and serves as the Guiding Teacher of Red Cedar Zen Community in Bellingham. Tim founded Mindfulness Northwest in 2010 after training to teach Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) to bring the benefits of universal ("secular") mindfulness to the community. Former jobs include educator, carpenter, software developer, and scientist. When not in the classroom, you might find Tim hiking, paddling, or birding.
Register for this program
Registration is closed for this program.