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Online Mindfulness-based Compassionate Living (MBCL)

Tutor: Annie Akasati McAuley 

Location: Online via Zoom
Next start date: Wednesday 26 January 2020, 8 weeks, 7pm - 9pm

Why train in compassion?

In recent years a wave of enthusiasm for mindfulness practice has spread across the globe.  Now a second wave of interest is developing from new research showing that training in kindness and compassion can bring us healthier and happier relationships, with ourselves as well as with others.​

While anxiety and stress are known to have detrimental effects on our immune systems, it is now being shown that positive emotions can boost our body’s immunity. People with greater compassion, including self-compassion, are less fearful and better able to cope with adversity and take good care of themselves.

What can I expect from a compassion course?

The real value in engaging with the 8-week MBCL course lies in the way we work with experienced teachers and others in the group over time to share experience and build relationships.

On this structured, evidence-based course you will discover how positive emotions enhance mental and physical health. You will learn new practices, drawing on the core qualities of mindfulness and using imagination to develop kindness, compassion, joy, forgiveness and gratitude - and the wisdom that goes hand in hand with these open-hearted emotions.

*FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE DONE AN 8-WEEK MINDFULNESS COURSE AND/OR HAVE AN ESTABLISHED MEDITATION PRACTICE*

 

 

Testimonials

"an essential follow-on from the 8-week mindfulness course"  Matt, Brighton

​"I loved the more imaginative practices...and looking at the science of our brains: why react as we do to things"

"I appreciated the way the course leaders remained non-judgemental and compassionate throughout"

​"The course allowed me to fill my own cup"

Annie Akasati McAuley

Annie Akasati McAuley has been practicing mindfulness for over three decades and has taught mindfulness and meditation since the late '90s in a variety of contexts including courses, retreats and schools. Annie has a background in Buddhist meditation and philosophy, but has enjoyed training more recently to pass on the ancient skills of mindfulness practice in a contemporary, secular context. 

For more details about Annie, please see https://www.lovemindfulness.co.uk/ or follow them on https://www.facebook.com/lovemindfullness/for regular mindfulness tips, updates and events.