2021 Update: A New Website is Coming Soon!
This site will continue to be updated with new blog posts and upcoming classes in the meantime.
Scroll on for summer 2021 offerings in FPM and TSK.
Grounding Experience in a New Vision of Reality
with Ignacio Ercole
May 4 – June 8, 2021
Full Presence Mindfulness is a vision of who we are and how we can bring about meaningful change for ourselves and others. Always returning to the present moment, it opens every dimension of the field of experience—our sensations, emotions and thoughts, our ways of connecting, and the systems that shape society and set limits on our dreams. When we let go of the rigid view that puts the self at the center of experience, we awaken into a world that is rich and alive. We know without effort how to act on our highest values.
In this course, the First Module in the FPM series, we will introduce grounding practices that work with the breath, hearing and seeing. From the outset, we will explore what it means not to put the self at the center of experience. Interested in connecting with a transformative practice and growing mindfulness community? Join us in this 6 week mindfulness course.
Mindfulness in Action
with Morgan Wells and Ignacio Ercole
May 6 – June 10, 2021
This 6 week course teaches you how to apply mindfulness to the things you do every day—working and playing, cooking and eating, planning and parenting. Whether you are interested in self-care, relaxation, or finding deeper meaning, you can start with bringing awareness and curiosity to the ordinary activities that make up your life. When you do, you might discover new possibilities for how to act and be in the world.
The course is specially designed for those who want to activate mindfulness in their lives, but don’t have the time, space, or peace to regularly sit in quiet meditation. It is also suitable for those with an established contemplative practice, who seek to integrate it more with their daily lives. We’ll focus on developing inner resources such as wide awareness, non-judgmental attitude, gentle concentration, and our capacity for caring.