Learn to freely and safely capture your experiences, ideas, and reflections for great insight and healing.
A state or habit of mind in which trust or confidence is placed in some person or thing. A feeling of being sure that someone or something exists or something is real is good, right, or valuable, a trust in someone’s worth or ability.
Bring VITALITY to your life! More of what you want and less of what you don’t want. Develop recurrent, often unconscious patterns of behaviour acquired through frequent repetition.
The state of being related or interrelated.
Live Love Learn transferrable skillsets that are essential to thrive in today’s crazy world!
Be filled and fill others with positive feelings, thoughts, actions and outcomes. Learn to inspire and be inspired every day!
Feeling pleasurable satisfaction over an act, possession, quality, or relationship by which YOU measure your stature or self-worth. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (one’s sexual or gender identity) person or ally.
Develop the strategic art of matching your spirit with commerce by focusing on the good efforts and outcomes – on your terms.
Key Terms: Build and they may come, user adoption, collaboration, shared leadership, knowledge production and transfer, community of practice, network of network.
The objective of this first session is to familiarize participants with the two most important building blocks of mindfulness, attention and the present moment.
As we overcame what seemed like insurmountable obstacles.
We aim to clarify the relationship between mindfulness and automaticity. This session is included at the beginning of the training because most problems involve automatic patterns or habits.
Develop an essential/employability skills content and processes to provide unique and engaging activity-based learning situations where participants would build their knowledge through exceptional learning experiences.
In this session, participants experience the judgmental nature of their mind and learn about the problematic aspects of judgments.