“When we get too caught up in the busyness of the world, we lose connection with one another – and ourselves.” Jack Kornfield
Mindfulness meditation is a well-researched and effective way of alleviating stress and promoting wellbeing and flourishing. It can help us notice and appreciate the joy in life, as well as comfort and sustain us in times of trouble. And mindfulness can help us to stay centred, to think and see clearly, which in turn helps us to act wisely, with kindness towards ourselves and others.
It can be hard to maintain a regular practice without a supportive community to share this with, especially while we are practising physical distancing. So I am offering this weekly guided practice online, to help us stay present with ourselves and each other.
This weekly online guided practice is here to help you stay connected to the practice of mindfulness, even when you can't attend a class. I hope that these practices will also be an opportunity to connect in community with others in these difficult times.
Online guided meditation These are challenging times for all of us, and many of us are experiencing increased worry and isolation. This is why I am offering this regular online guided practice group at 7pm every Monday from 14th September.
Each session is 30 minutes long. I will guide a simple meditation for about 20 minutes, and there is time for a brief check-in or any questions afterwards for those that want it.
The sessions are offered completely free of charge. You are welcome to make a small donation if you want to but I don't expect any payment for joining the session.
For more information join the mailing list at the bottom of the page or follow my facebook page Zoe Pither Wellbeing. If you enjoy Mindful Mondays then you might also want to join me for Mindfulness Monthly - an opportunity to explore these practices and their benefits in more depth.