Mindful Resilience – Sustaining effectiveness, happiness and clarity under pressure through meditation and mindfulness

Olive Tree, Jerusalem

Location: Can be done onsite, or at Toby’s workshop space. Online & hybrid also possible.

Format: Can be done as a day or half-day session, or as a series of 4 1-hour modules.

About the workshop:

Mindful resilience is the capacity to remain actively aware, creatively productive, constantly learning, happy and effective in life and at work, even when faced with pressure, stress and tension from both within our mind and from our external environment. This is a live experiential course about how you can develop your mental resilience through practical meditation and mindfulness techniques.

The workshop explores the development of mindful resilience using four main specific meditation and mindfulness techniques:

Mindful Resilience Practice 1: Understanding the different levels of mindful resilience and tapping into the inner resilience that you already have (but may not be leveraging effectively upon).

Mindful Resilience Practice 2: Making relaxation a dynamic strength that you can use to combat stress and tension and stay strong under pressure.

Mindful Resilience Practice 3: Creating a resilient inner dialogue with yourself through mindfulness

Mindful Resilience Practice 4: Developing the mindful resilience arising from stillness and heightened creativity

Each module consists of a talk and a guided mindfulness exercise or meditation by Toby. For more details of the practice of mindful resilience please check our Toby’s article on Mindful Resilience.

For further enquiries: Email info@tobyouvry.com, or sms 6596750279

About the facilitator Toby Ouvry

Toby is a British meditation and mindfulness teacher, and the founder of Integral Meditation Asia. He has been practicing and teaching meditation for over eighteen years, five of which were as a Buddhist monk within the Tibetan tradition. Click HERE for more details about Toby, his background and qualifications for teaching meditation and mindfulness.

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