The Embodied Science of Deep Meditation - with Alistair Appleton
When2 Dec 2017 to 3 Dec 2017
10:00am to 5:00pm
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WhoTeacher: Alistair Appleton
Anyone is welcome to attend this event!
In the last few decades of neuroscience, there has been an explosion of fascinating research into 'embodiment'. This field looks at the way that the thinking mind is much less important in a healthy life than we have previously thought. The body becomes central.
Using his mix of research, therapy and Buddhist meditation, Alistair is running a 2-day exploration of this revolutionary way of experiencing ourselves. Using the tools of somatic meditation and focusing, we will look at how a stronger sense of interoception can deepen our understanding of our emotions, lessen the power of toxic thinking, reduce stress and heighten the sense of connection to others and the World.
Research shows that a healthy sense of ourselves as embodied can protect against depression, disordered eating, unregulated anxiety and a lack of vitality.
Come along to the lovely space of the Spa Road shrine room and open up to the wonders of the Body.
Beginners and all levels welcome.
Please book your place on this course via the Mindsprings website.
This course on offer is not being offered by Kagyu Samye Dzong London but by the course leaders personally. Kagyu Samye Dzong London is not responsible for what takes place in the class and accepts no liability in respect thereof.