Minding Your Mind! (in person) In-Person
Mindfulness means taking time in our lives to notice what's happening right now with kindness towards ourselves.
What is mindfulness and why should we try it? Come find out at this introduction to mindfulness session. We'll practice mindful listening, mindful breathing, paying attention to our thoughts, our feelings, what's happening outside and inside ourselves, and being thankful. Our meeting will include a conversation about how mindfulness can help us enjoy our lives more!
Many studies demonstrate that these practices can foster better focus and concentration, an increased sense of calm, decreased stress and anxiety, improved impulse control, increased self-awareness, skillful response to difficult emotions, increased empathy and understanding of others, and development of natural conflict resolution skills. The pandemic has added another layer of stress to our lives and mindfulness can help build resilience and compassion for ourselves and others.
- Thursday, December 1, 2022
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Arronson/Kohn, Easttown Library