This practice is derived from Buddhist traditions and aims at developing compassion, caring, understanding, and forgiveness with yourself and others around you. This is an extremely profound practice that touches the heart and helps us to grow as good people in the world. We start by bringing people we love to attention and sending affirmations of love and care. So we bring neutral people to mind and send care and love. So we bring to mind people we don't like or enemies, and we send them care and love. This practice is indicated for those who are looking to forgive themselves and others silently, to continue life with more love, affection, and inner peace. It is a transformative practice! I will be delighted to accompany you on your journey of forgiveness and compassion development.
Mindfulness: A term that means being attentive and gentle with the experience of the present moment. It is having the presence of mind to be fully here and now while simply noticing the quality of your awareness, observing its ever-changing nature without judgment or discrimination. In its final state, the mindfulness experience can be described as filling the mind in the present moment with a quality of space, tranquility, balance, complete wisdom, and deep compassion. Is your mind busy, distracted, or reactive? Maybe mindfulness is for you.
– I offer consistency and depth in the practice that I will pass on to you. I have a Masters in Buddhist Studies that I acquired at Nalanda University in India; I studied with Buddhist masters in Nepal for 1 year; and I recently completed a Masters in Applied Theology at Harvard University. Furthermore, I am trained as a mindfulness instructor by Inward Bound Mindfulness Education in Boston, USA. Come with me to participate in this journey and receive these teachings with lots of love, care, and respect for your needs and limitations.