Offer yourself the gift of mindfulness. Join the Mindful Life Program Foundations Course, January 7 – March 3, 2020 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Corvallis, OR. Give yourself the gift of this lively and engaging opportunity to learn to live mindfully, with attention and intention, cultivating genuine happiness and a meaningful life. The course teaches the practice of meditation and the practical application of mindfulness in daily life. Empower yourself to integrate the four key areas of mindfulness – attention, wisdom, values, and an open heart – into your life in practical, accessible and universal ways.
Concentration – Developing attention skills through meditation training.
Wisdom – Understanding one’s biases, labeling, projection, and pre-judgment. Increasing emotional intelligence and learning to respond rather than react.
Values – Living a meaningful life. Developing healthy habits and responses that are in alignment with one’s personal values.
Open heart – Developing healthy relationships and connections. Cultivating skills of compassion, loving-kindness, empathic joy and equanimity.
- 20 hours of engaging in-person class
- Foundations Course Companion Journal
- Copy of The Wisdom of a Meaningful Life by co-founder John Bruna
- Three-month membership to the Mindful Life Community w/ app access
- Access to meditation library and additional resources
- Daily practice guide
Dates: Tuesdays, 6:00 – 8:30 pm from January 7 – March 3, 2020 (No Class January 28)
Cost: $350. Inquire about group discounts. Payment plans and scholarships are available. Our mission is to help everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. To apply for a payment plan or scholarship, please email the facilitator (see organizer information).
To register: Turning Leaf Foundation
Facilitator: Dan Piquette