With Susan Browne & Katie O’Connell
We all experience unwanted circumstances at some point in our lives. Through the practice of mindfulness and meditation we come to know our own mind and learn to be at ease with whatever we encounter. We can also learn to embrace change and challenges with compassion, both for ourselves and for others. When we contemplate on how everything is constantly changing we can experience a lot more ease in our lives, and can even learn to maintain a state of well-being when life becomes more difficult. This day will introduce skillful ways of applying mindfulness and meditation in our daily lives, assisting us in developing emotional balance and resilience, and helping us to embrace these changes and challenges.
Cost: €70 (includes Tea/Coffee & Light Lunch)
Susan Browne has over 25 years experience of meditation, contemplation and compassion practices. She has been guiding groups and individuals at Dzogchen Beara Retreat Centre in Ireland and at the Institute of Wisdom and Compassion, France for more than 20 years.
Katie O’Connell facilitates NMBI accredited end-of-life-care (EOLC) and palliative care training modules for care-assistants, nurses and allied health-care professionals. These trainings include non-denominational spiritual-care, mindfulness, loving kindness meditation, and guidance on developing resilience and compassion in healthcare.
Spaces limited. Contact Susan (086-164 7424, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Katie (087-949 1989 email@example.com, endoflifecare.ie) to reserve your space!