Mindfulness & Spiritual Wellbeing

Mindfulness and spiritual well-being are interconnected in that they both involve being present and aware in the moment. Mindfulness can lead to greater spiritual well-being by helping individuals to cultivate a greater sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance, which can deepen their connection to something greater than themselves, or the big Self.

Additionally, mindfulness can help individuals to be more attuned to the present moment and their thoughts and feelings, which can lead to a greater sense of inner peace and contentment. This inner peace and contentment can be a key component of spiritual well-being, as it provides a sense of purpose and meaning to one’s life.

Furthermore, mindfulness can also be seen as a form of spiritual practice in itself, as it allows individuals to develop a deeper sense of connection to their own spirit and to the greater universe. By being present and mindful, individuals are able to tap into a greater sense of awareness and inner wisdom, which can help them to better understand their own purpose and meaning in life. In this sense, mindfulness can be seen as a tool for spiritual growth and self-discovery, which can ultimately lead to greater spiritual well-being.”

In this 8 week course we will explore the following themes with a mindfulness based practice for each theme:

Week 1: An Introduction to Mindfulness and the Field of Spiritual Wellbeing

Week 2: Working with the thinking mind and connecting to Big Mind

Week 3: Journeys from the heart to Universal Love

Week 4: Taming the Tiger – working with instincts and using Spiritual regulation

Week 5: Defeat: an invitation to our ground

Week 6: Waiting in the Cavern of our inner Monastery or Temple

Week 7: Rebirth and renewal – a spring time of the soul

Week 8: Cosmo-biological Linked