Meditation for Everyday Living and Peak Performance for Mental Health, Medical, and Surgical Practices
Friday, December 2, 2016 –
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel
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This evidence-based workshop integrates the practical spiritual wisdom from the Eastern meditation traditions, and self-hypnosis and visualizations, and other methods of positive psychology from the Western traditions to address staying in the ‘flow’ and bringing one’s best self to everyday living. These methods include: visualizations for developing optimal performance states; positive states of mind to potentiate mastery of being in everyday life; training the mind to develop everyday well-being and happiness; concentration training to cultivate continuous and complete focus on whatever you are doing at the moment; insight meditation to reduce reactivity and develop a non-reactive openness to experience; and visualizations to develop sensitivity, gratitude, forgiveness, and compassion for others. The outcome of participation in this workshop will be the enhancement of everyday living, well-being and performance excellence. Teaching in this workshop is by lecture and experiential visualization and meditation practices.
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