We are aware of our bodily sensations, emotions and thoughts in a compassionate way, welcoming "what is already" is an essential skill for self-care and a quality life. In this course, let's practice and learn how mindfulness can help us to be open and engaged in a more present and connected life with our values. The program is directed to people who want to insert practices aimed at well-being, quality of life and emotional regulation in their day-to-day life.
Mindfulness is the consciousness that emerges by paying attention at the present moment intentionally, with openness, curiosity and without judgments. Being aware of our bodily sensations, emotions and thoughts in a compassionate way, welcoming "what is already" is an essential skill for self-care and choices towards their personal values.
There is scientific evidence on the effectiveness of Mindfulness-based interventions for a wide variety of mental and physical disorders, such as anxiety, depression, chronic pain, food compulsion, prevention to the use of drugs, among others. Practices are differentiated in two types: formal and informal. The formal practices refer to the use of mindfulness meditation as a tool to develop full attention skills and deepen the awareness of the experience. Informal practices refer to the application of skills developed in everyday contexts. Examples of informal practices are walking, eating, listening, speaking with full attention. When attention is targeted intentionally for routine tasks, it can be transformed any moment lived as a space of practice and growth.
In the busy world we live, we tend to run on the autopilot. The intention of practice is to bring full attention to the moment at the moment, enabling more conscious contact in the relationship with others, the medium and with our sensations, thoughts, emotions and needs, even in difficult situations. It means being fully in contact with the experience of the moment without being absorbed by it.
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This training is based on the Mindfulness Quality of Life Programs at the Mindfulness Center (CPM), Framework Neurocognitive Body In Mind (BMT), with an emphasis on moving and prevention mindfulness practice and emphasis Mindfulness -based relapse (MBRP) for compulsive and reactive behaviors.
Through experiential-theoretical meetings will be addressed concepts of mindfulness practice based on personal experience by performing exercises and different oriented practices, group dynamics and exchange of experiences among participants. Let's explore experiences from the perspective of neuroscience, psychology, and the relationship between body and mind.
Texts, exercises and audios of mindfulness practices will be made available weekly in digital format via the internet so that they can be used between sessions to continue to develop the ability to be present and enjoy the benefits in everyday life. >
The eight topics covered in the meetings are:
Session 1: Autopilot and Mindfulness
Session 2: trigger consciousness
Session 3: Mindfulness in Daily Life
Session 4: Mindfulness in difficult situations
Session 5: acceptance and skillful action
Session 6: Seeing thoughts as thoughts
Session 7: self -care and lifestyle balance
Session 8: shared path and continued practice
Program development is also based on the 5 Body-in-Mind Training (BMT) principles:
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foster and guide the establishment of Mindfulness practices based on focused attention, contemplation and compassion.
It will be 8 meetings, on Thursdays, from 18h45 to 9pm:
April 28, May 5, May 12, May 19, 26 May, June 2, 9 June and June 23.
Public public, people who have an interest in applying mindfulness in your life
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