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Why Mindfulness Circle?In the practice of the Circle of Mindfulness, we experience many benefits as mind and body are reconfigured, strengthening the connection with the present moment. This translates into greater ability to handle stressful situations, greater self-acceptance, improved relationships with others, greater openness to accept and let go, a greater sense of solidarity, increased creativity and connection with peace and freedom.
What is it?Sitting in a circle is related to the ancient custom of connecting, listening, and sharing. Thus, the Circle becomes a space for observation without judgment about oneself and others, of solidarity through deep listening and mutual enrichment. We continue to learn and progress in the practice of Mindfulness experiencing a deep sense of being interconnected.
The Circle of Mindfulness meets once a week. The estimated time of the session is 1 hour 20 minutes.
Be over 21 years of age.Fill a registration form
Online, WILL BE ANNOUNCED
Online Membership fee 40$ monthly.Membership and support $ 100 (USD) monthly
Online Membership fee 40$ monthly.
Presencial Membership fee 70$ monthly.
Membership and support $ 100 (USD) monthly
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Opening (15 minutes)
The Facilitator invites us to talk about what the participants bring as relevant experience of the week and the daily practice.
Mindfulness practice (25 minutes).
We understand that every business is unique, and so are its needs. The discovery stage is where your needs and requirements are articulated. Then our professional team begins the research process, deep site analysis.
Space to share (25 minutes).
This is a space to enrich others with what has been lived in practice. You speak in the first person and avoid giving advice to others.
Silent space (5 minutes).
It is a space to assimilate learning during practice. Experience interconnection in silence.
Appreciation (10 minutes). The Facilitator invites the Circle participants to share in a word what they take away.