This program is FULL

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This interactive workshop will be held online via Google Meet (it’s like Zoom).
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How do we gain the strength to work with life situations that are difficult and stressful? Resilience is certainly important but how does a person develop more resilience? For millennia meditation has been used to develop a personal centre — a place of peace and tranquility that people can go to at times of turbulence in their lives. Meditation is widely used today for stress reduction and to help cope with pain, anxiety, or depression. The truth that meditation reveals is that we are all stronger than we think and have resources that we are unaware of. This workshop will use meditation to help participants get in touch with these deeper parts of themselves.

This group starts April 24th and will run for 10 weeks on Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30am. You are expected to attend all the sessions. This workshop is for family or friends of someone living with mental illness only.

Workshop dates: April 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; June 5, 12, 19, 26.

Here’s what a participant in a recent Meditation workshop had to say:

“The constant practice, the weekly teachings, and the exchanges with the group have allowed me to stick with the principle meditate without expectations. Imagine the benefits as a caregiver, I have become less apprehensive about any outcomes I have been expecting in the relationship with my loved ones. This is just liberating! Bill is a great and very knowledgeable teacher. Thank you, AMI!” 

Starts April 24, 2024 and runs for 10 sessions on Wednesdays FULL
You are expected to attend each session
With Bill Byers
Online on Google Meet

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