Level 2 : Starting a Regular Mindfulness Practice by Noorulain Masood

Mindfulness 2.0-01

How do you get your mind to stop shuttling between the past and future? How do you get it to sit still, to be in the moment? How can you relish life as it is, not how it should be?

Having a mindfulness meditation practice helps. In Level 1 of “Starting a Regular Mindfulness Practice by Noorulain Masood”, we explored how it gives you a safe space to begin observing your thoughts from a place of no judgment.

Levels 2 and 3 take you deeper, helping you learn how to become more present day to day, moment to moment. We draw from the works of Eckhart Tolle to explore the concepts of Ego (the man-made “false” self) and the Painbody (the wounds we carry of past emotional pain); and learn how to navigate them to become more mindful of and present to life itself.

Like all be. offerings, this workshop aims to create a kind, accepting, and interactive environment where we really get into it, no question is a “stupid” one, and we cheer each other on as we slowly learn to settle our minds. All we ask for is an open heart and mind, and a desire to learn.

Having completed Level 1 will help but is not a prerequisite for Level 2.

Noorulain Masood is the founder of be. [link: www.befullstop.com], a socially conscious business to mainstream mindful and purposeful living in fast-paced and chaotic Karachi. Noor has had a daily meditation practice for the last 9 years, attended more than 5 silent retreats, has a certification in Trauma-Informed Care for Professionals Working with Youth from the Center for Adolescent Studies, USA, and is a scholarship recipient for the two-year mindfulness teacher training with the Awareness Training Institute (Washington DC) and Greater Good Science Center (UC Berkeley). Over the last decade, Noor has held high impact positions at nationally and globally recognized development organizations. She has a deep commitment towards civic engagement and has taught with some names who have shaped the field of social leadership. Noor completed her graduate work in International Development from Harvard University, where she studied on a fully funded Fulbright scholarship. She is also an aspiring musician.

Dates:
Session 1: Sunday, 11th November 2018
Session 2: Tuesday, 13th November 2018
Session 3: Sunday, 18th November 2018
Session 4: Tuesday, 20th November 2018

Timings:
Sunday: 12:00 PM – 01:30 PM
Tuesday: 06:00 PM – 07:30 PM

Place: Faraar Gallery, T2F
Registration Fee: Rs. 2000/-

*We only have capacity for 20 participants, so kindly come in and sign up at T2F (1pm-6pm) or send us an email at info@peaceniche.org for online registrations. First come, first served.**

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