The Mindful Living Summit has come to a close!
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The Summit aired March 19-22, 2020. You can still watch these three sessions for free, from The Awake Network:
Elisha Goldstein, PhD
Everyday Mindfulness: Working with Difficult Emotions
What You’ll Learn
Understand how you get stuck in emotional loops and “mind traps,” and learn how you can use mindfulness to break free from unhealthy thought patterns
Discover what becomes possible when you’re able to empower yourself and re-focus on what you’re able to do in a given situation instead of what you can’t do, and learn how to come back to this focus
Learn practical ways you can bring more feelings of happiness, joy, and abundance to yourself and the people around you
Zeenat Potia, MA
Communicating with Mindfulness and Openness
What You’ll Learn
Explore how communication can be a mindfulness practice by bringing the skills of generous listening, presence, and curiosity to your interactions with others
Learn how to approach difficult conversations from a place of kindness and strength
Discover what it means to communicate mindfully from a place of response rather than reaction in everyday interactions
Dan Siegel, MD
The Power of Showing Up: What Mindfulness Can Teach Us About Parenting
What You’ll Learn
Learn the “Power of Showing Up” and how developing your own mindfulness and presence can help your child feel safe, seen, soothed, and secure
Bust the myth of “perfect parenting” and hear how you can use the three pillars of mindfulness to foster lifelong healthy attachment and emotional development in your child
Discover how your ability to show up can be applied to the other relationships in your life, including how to better relate to your romantic partner and loved ones
Thank you very much! The practices really help during these uncertain times . I live in Spain and we’re on lockdown due to the coronavirus.
Thanks so much for this summit! really appreciate it in times of quarantine. Wish you can leave the interviews longer on air so you can help more people in this difficult times…
Greetings from Colombia.
I just wanted to say, thank you so much for all of your insight and experiences in mindfulness. As a social work student, I have found mindfulness to be very helpful. Certainly in these times, I am not able to see my current clients because of the virus, I am working from home. I found everyone so inspiring and it’s nice to know there is a community out there that gives back and can find meditating as a healing process. Thank you all for sharing! I wasn’t sure what to gain from the Summit, but I gained a better understanding of how to continue mindfulness if my life, even in counseling, in myself and in others around me. I’ve been meditating for about two years now, and it’s a way of connecting with others as well.
-Abby Kate, MSW student
“Mindfulness is not a solo art;it is a community work”this statement of Jenée just summarizes everything the humanity suffers from right now..we are one,hope we work as one🙏🏻Namaste to all.
Wonderful and informative. Inwill take a lot of the information on board, very insightful. Thank you
Thank you for a wonderful Summit experience! I look forward to another Summit soon!
All presenters were insightful, informative, and fun. I loved the mini meditations also!
Thank you for putting this Summit on and making me aware of it!
Oya from Turkey. Thank you all for such a great learning opportunity:)
Me encanto la cumbre, y compre el paquete por lo mismo que me gusto mucho peo sigo sin poder verlo er hasta ahora.
Me pueden apoyar por favor?
Saludos y Felicidades; un Gran Evento
Julee from INDIA . Thank you for sharing these wonderful insights.
Thanks a lot for this wonderful opportunity to be. As simple as thies: to be.
Wonderfull teachings and lots of love in all of them. Thank you again.
This summit has been wonderful. In the middle of darkness, there is light. Thank you!
Kathy from Pittsburgh. Thank you for sharing these insights. Trying my best at being mindful and at meditation. Your help is very much appreciated.
Dea Fraser Binbrook Ontario Canada
And thanks for your breakdown if both
Its has been a big comfort in such uncertainty
Thanks to all who participated in making this Summit happen.
I’m having a hard time accessing the videos today, not sure why? Loved watching yesterday!!! learned so much! Thank you , Thank you, Thank you!
Hey Venera! We’re having some issues, too, but they only seem to come up if we’re using Google Chrome. I’d suggest either using an incognito window, or trying on FireFox, Safari, or Internet Explorer. Try one of those and let me know how it works for you! – Hannah @ The Awake Network
I am a healthcare provider in Sonoma County.
My best wishes for all of us to be present, and stay healthy.
Shem from Milwaukee, WI here
Hello. My name is Eszter Szabó, Budapest, Hungary, Europe. Looking forward to participating.
Hi, I’m Soniya from Nepal. Mindfulness has increasingly become an important part of my life since some years. Though I fail often, I somehow keep trying too, to be mindful. A recent (experiential) realisation that mindfulness is a gateway to all other good and healthy stuff (peace, wisdom, compassion, and the like) has been a significant push factor for me to keep persevering. I am grateful to have come across this summit and hope to learn more about the mindfulness practice. I missed the day 1 sessions; excited about remaining videos (from day 2) that I get to explore! ❤️🙏😌
Hi all again.
I came back here after engaging with the day 2&3 sessions and am deeply grateful!
Missed out on the other days’ sessions though.
Trying to let that “be”!
I have been realising that mindfulness is the basis of all good change and healing we hope for, and based on my own personal journey and experiences, I’ve been (on and off) feeling this energy of sharing this wisdom with all beings, and of reminding myself and everyone that mindfulness is an inherent resource (as per The Universal Law concept, which has hitherto helped me make the most sense of this universe)!
This path of healing, practicing, beginning anew, sharing, reminding…, is the one I hope to take with each setback, in each moment, and commit to lifelong!
May we all be mindful, compassionate, grateful, wise, happy, aware of the interconnectedness, and more…
Rossana from Houston Texas. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and for making it available to everyone. Loking forward to grow my practice and to be one with all through here.
I was really into the sessions, 1 and part of 2 but now I can’t seem to open them. This started happening yesterday and is still happening today..
Hey Anne! We’re having the same issues. If you’re using Google Chrome, I’d suggest either using an incognito window, or trying on FireFox, Safari, or Internet Explorer. Switching browsers seems to be working us. Try one of those and let me know how it works for you! – Hannah @ The Awake Network
Hello! I’m Sarah from Washington, DC and my therapist sent me this event link and I’m hoping to gain some grounding and self-compassion, especially during these trying times.
Hello, looking forward to tomorrow, starting late but looking forward to viewing videos that are available. Thanks!
Joining a bit late but thank you for this opportunity.
Thanks for your invitation.I sincerely wish for its splendid success.
love this summit at the right moment and passed it on to friends and family in Europe, very far away at the moment
Maggie from St. Paul, MN
I love these meditations as a way of opening to others who do not share my views, as a way of seeing the joy of the moment and a way of finding calm in this difficult time. Thank you
Alex from Arizona. Thanks for putting this network together and making it accessible
Thanks for this free support!
Raquel in Mexico, a good experience online.
Leslie from Boulder. Doing fairly well. More mindfulness.
Debra in Chicago. Thank you for sharing these wonderful insights and guiding so many people toward mindfulness and compassion at a critical time.