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I value your time and your earnest pursuit of developing emotional resilience and mental fitness. To make the best use of our time on the call please the step below to prepare for our meeting.
On our call we will focus on understanding the best approach for you to...
Create Real Motivation
If you feel like you don’t have a clear personal reason to meditate other than you know it is good for you, clarifying the things that already help you thrive as an individual will help you develop the powerful motivation.
Deepen Your Practice
There are so many different meditative practices out there these days. If you feel like you don’t have a clear method but want to deepen your practice, I’ve developed a clear, systematic methodology based on tradition and science that works if you stick with it.
Build Your Community
If you feel like you don't have a group of friends and family who will support your personal mission of wellbeing you have come to the right place. It is our mission to connect you with like minded people and professionals to create an intentionally supportive community.
Create More Meaningful Relationships
You want to integrate your mindfulness practice into your relationships and work in an impactful way. It’s easy to do that once you have a clear vision of well-being you want to move towards. I’ll show you how you can do this with a step-by-step process.
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Use these questions to prepare for your call with me.
1. What would it feel and look like to have the deeper practice and more meaningful relationships that I imagine for myself?
2. What are the major fears and obstacles that come to mind?
Learn more about William
William Jackson, PsyD has spent the last 20 years studying and teaching mindfulness-based meditation. Dr. Jackson is a trained clinical health psychologist, founder of SkillfulMeans, and has researched and created mindfulness-based interventions with the National Institute of Health, The Benson Henry Institute of Mind-Body Medicine at MGH, Tufts University, The Center of Mindfulness and Compassion, and Harvard Medical School.
His teaching style incorporates core methods from Vietnamese Zen, Burmese Theravada, and contemporary evidence-based mindfulness practices. William began practicing Pa Auk Theravada tradition while on intensive forest retreats with 7,000+ hours of total time in retreat during his six years as a fully ordained Buddhist monk.Learn more here