Month 1: Being Present
Being in the present moment brings clarity and enhances your focus, which reduces overwhelming thoughts and stress. This is a fundamental skill of mindfulness – defined by the Buddhist monk, Thich Nhat Hanh as “the energy that helps us to be there one hundred percent; the energy of our true presence”.
Month 2: Unrolling Feelings
You’ll be learning to meditate and create a new relationship with our feelings. We will sharpen our awareness to recognize and accept our feelings without letting them drain us.
Month 3: Balancing thoughts
Imagine each thought as a visitor knocking at the door of your house. The thoughts don’t live there. You can greet them, acknowledge them, and watch them go. You will learn to stay calm and unbiased in the middle of the swirl of thoughts.
Month 4: Mastering Intentions
Intentions, or resolve, help you get out of the autopilot mode. Here’s the power of intention: Intentions lead to mental actions, and repeated mental actions lead to mental habit. You will learn using intention to profoundly transform how the mind behaves.
… And many more. Come discover for yourself!