Can we compare the ways that we use thought at work with how we meditate? Here are a meditation student’s observations on the thought process while at work, with a response from Ramsey Margolis.
In March 2017, Tim Clark presented his clear and elegant model of mindfulness – Wake Up First, You Make Better Choices. He was engaging: charming, humorous and wise. Tim earned a round of applause (rare in our group), and we have invited him back to lead his mindfulness seminar, writes Derek LeDayn.
Australian secular Buddhist teacher Winton Higgins will be in Wellington from 23–30 April, 2017. On Wednesday 26 April, he will give a talk to One Mindful Breath at the Friends Centre in Moncrieff St, Mt Victoria, and he will also lead an all-day secular Buddhist workshop on Saturday 29 April at the Home of Compassion in Island Bay.
If you’re needing to do a short, structured introductory course right now, take a look at those on offer from Mindfulness Works. Their primary offering is a practical, accessible, non-religious, four-week course for total, complete and absolute beginners, and it’s available in more than 20 centres around the country.