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Time: Saturday, November 19th 9:00am PT / 12:00pm ET
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In this event you will learn how to ...
Heal from Burnout with Tools for Resilience
We all want to help our family, friends, clients, and the world, but how can we do it without burning out in the process? By developing a Resilience Toolbox of mindfulness practices we can heal the divisions inside ourselves and get back to being part of the solution for everything we care about.
Move from Self-Judgement to Self -Love
Even if self-love sounds selfish, we can train to understand how our Inner Judge blocks healthy self-awareness, making self-management impossible. This one shift helps us slow down, let go, and more easily meet our commitments to ourselves and others.
Join a community of Mindful People
Whether we’re caring for our family or fighting climate change, isolation can lead to overwhelm and confusion about what to do next. Learning mindfulness and resilience tools with the support of a community uncovers our blind spots and keeps us from getting stuck along the way. And it’s way more fun!
Establish a personal practice that nourishes you
Modern technology gives us access to teachings from all over the world. This can leave us overwhelmed or afraid of “getting it wrong.” This course is designed to help you integrate ancient wisdom streams, modern neuroscience, and emotional intelligence techniques into your daily life, supporting you to develop a personal mindfulness practice designed to fill your cup first.
Learn more about Dave
Brother Dave Kenneally has been practicing mindfulness for over twenty years. A former Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps AND a former Buddhist Monk in the tradition of the Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, he seems to have a penchant for shaving his head and wearing a uniform. Or perhaps it’s his love of service. After spending six years living in Buddhist Monasteries and Practice Centers, he now resides in San Diego, CA and travels the world teaching mindfulness.Learn more here