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ZoOM into the Dharma. Online Programmes, Meetings, Courses. This includes The Power to Change Areas of our Life. Evening of Thursday18 June to Sunday morning 21 June 2020

Online Programmes. Course- The Power to Change Areas of our Life.

Thursday evening 18 June to Sunday morning 21 June 2020

Christopher Titmuss, Ulla Koenig.

We experience the consequences of the coronavirus – from isolation at home to struggle with roles of work/caregivers/a partner and an uncertain future. We face a variety of challenges. Continue reading 



Who am I? 40 Common Views About Ourselves. Brief Commentary. A Practice

Every view of I am might seem real, unreal or both at different times.

We might express a few views listed below of I am or many of them.

If a view is problematic about one ‘self’ or ‘another,’ then explore another view(s). Continue reading 



Join our Free online Mindfulness Course in Times of Caronavirus. 38 short videos. Click on link below for comprehensive information.

https://mailchi.mp/…/christopher-titmuss-e-news-15th-may-13…

We have prepared a platform and Youtube for a free online Mindfulness Course to support all of you who Stay-at-Home in this time of Covid-19.

Please click to link above to see the Course with 38 short videos and comprehensive information including links.

PLEASE SHARE WITH OTHERS IN THIS TIME OF MUCH STRESS AND DAILY CHALLENGES.

Stay well,

Love,

Christopher and Ulla.

www.mindfulnesstrainingcourse.org

www.anengagedlife.org

www.ulla-koenig.com

www.christophertitmuss.net



When you feel depressed….12 Practices to overcome depression

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A person falls down a well into the water. It is cold and dark down there. The person has enough motivation to climb up the stepladder to get out of the well. One or two people at the top of the well give some support as the person slowly climbs out of the well into the daylight. Continue reading 



What is Mindfulness? 26 Definitions

WHAT IS MINDFULNESS?

26 Definitions

The Buddha engaged in the regular application of Mindfulness in his teachings. The Pali word for Mindfulness is Sati. His teachings on mindfulness serve as the primary inspiration for the teachings on mindfulness available in the West  and elsewhere in the world.

Sati conveys remembering what leads up to an experience or situation and the presence of the experience or situation. There is no English equivalent to the word sati. Continue reading 




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