Cultivating the Fundamental Attitudes of Mindfulness
February 20 (Saturday) at 1:00 pm (GMT-06:00)

Online Class

Instructor
Deah Robinson
Class length
2 hours
Location
Online
The attitudinal factors of mindfulness “constitute the major pillars of mindfulness practice” according to Jon Kabat-Zinn, developer of the pioneering Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program. This two hour online workshop provides an experiential exploration of Kabat-Zinn’s fundamental attitudes from his book Full Catastrophe Living, such as patience, trust and beginner's mind. Your guides will offer teachings, practices, and group discussion, as well as suggestions for bringing the benefits into everyday living. Zinn’s book is useful, but not necessary for this workshop.

There is a two part process to reserving your seat in this class:
1. Register using this form (participants 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 mo):
**No refunds the week (7 days) before the event. This workshop is suitable for the general public, but two CEs are also available to KS & MO licensed mental health providers.

Learning Objectives:
  • Define the fundamental attitudes of mindfulness
  • Understand the benefits of adopting mindful attitudes to personal and collective wellbeing
  • Participate in formal practices designed to cultivate mindful attitudes
  • Explore strategies for integrating mindful attitudes into daily living
Read about our online etiquette here: https://mindfulness-alliance.org/online-offerings/ 

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