The Four Attitudes of Love: Cultivating Sublime States of Mind
February 6 (Saturday) at 10:00 am (GMT-06:00)

Online Class

Tracy Ochester, PsyD, RYT-200
Class length
2 hours
This time of year has many of us pondering, "What is love, anyway?" The practice of mindfulness can help embody its essence, so that we may discover for ourselves what it means to love and be loved. Lovingkindness, Compassion, Appreciative Joy and Equanimity are four beneficial and interconnected states of mind that can be cultivated with practice. This two hour workshop will offer an experiential exploration of these four attitudes. Research suggests that a subset of these practices are associated with increased positive and  decreased negative mood states, reduced stress-induced subjective distress and immune response, and enhanced activation of brain areas involved in emotional processing and empathy. Attend online via Zoom - you can read about our online etiquette here

There is a two part process to reserving your seat in this class:
1. Register for the desired class using this form (you must have a waiver on file with MAM), and
2. Purchase the appropriate pass by clicking the link below (save by becoming a member for as little as $15 per month):
No refunds are given after the deadline for enrollment, which is one week prior to the start of the course. No makeup meetings are offered for missed classes. In the case of under-enrollment, the course will be cancelled and you will receive a full refund of the registration fee. Passes expire within one year of purchase.

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