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    Additional Discussions & Modalities

    The Art of Mindful Response During Inquiry

    Inquiry allows us the opportunity to foster curiosity and intrigue toward what arises for participants during their practice. Join us, as we take an in-depth look at common experiential feedback following a meditation, and how we can respond in a manner that facilitates continued growth and introspection. 

    Judging: Its Application to Both The Positive and Negative

    Within the MBCPM™ Program, the second class discusses the central (mindful) attitude of non-judgement. While clear in its perceived “negative” aspects of life, it may prove more challenging to share its equal applicability to the “positive”. Join us as we explore this concept of universal equanimity in further detail – equipping us with the language necessary to bring these ideas forth with greater clarity and concision.

    Being Triggered as a Facilitator: Strategies for Working Through The Challenges We Face

    As we hold space for those we facilitate – sharing the foundational tools of a supportive practice – it is imperative we acknowledge the challenges we face in these efforts, and assist one another in cultivating tools and strategies for ensuring our own window of tolerance is maintained.

    Moving Without Movement: Experiencing Mindful Movements Through Another Lens

    Join us as we explore the fascinating benefit of practicing movement through our minds eye -reestablishing our neural connectivity without motion.

    Mindfulness and Sleep: A Complex Relationship

    Have you ever noticed a tendency to fall asleep or “drift off” while meditating? This week we explore the common occurrence, and discuss potential underlying causes as it relates to our own practice, as well as others within the groups we facilitate.

    Making Meditation Scripts Your Own

    The theme this week involves an experiential examination of an augmented MBCPM™ meditation. Emphasis will be placed on languaging, tone, and associated preamble.

    Exploring Preambles to Guided Practices

    The theme this week involves an open discussion examining the key elements found in effective preambles. Further illustration was provided highlighting the specific needs of populations experiencing IBS and eating disorders. 

    Is Guided Imagery, Meditation?

    Taking a deeper dive through group discussion into the concept of guided imagery. Is it closer to hypnosis or a guided meditation?

    Meditations on the Internet, Are They Trauma-Informed?

    Examining our “first reaction” to a guided meditation sourced from the internet. We will be discussing the elements found within, and looking for trauma-informed languaging.

    Hypnosis and Meditation, Do They Intersect?