Many thanks to those of you who joined me this week. Always a pleasure.
There'll be no practice session on Bank Holiday Monday but I do hope it will suit you to join me next week on:
Friday 5th June at 12 noon LOGIN HERE
I'm really looking forward to seeing you then!
Other Mindfulness practice sessions:
My colleagues at MTAI are offering sessions DAILY at 9 am and 9 pm
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With Austin Tuohy and colleagues - Monday-Thursday 12 noon and every Friday at 8 pm
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Meeting Number: 769 741 9162
Tara Brach has added a special Pandemic Care page to her website and you can freely access a range of wonderful guided practices there. Access Tara's website HERE. Enjoy!
CONNECTING TO ZOOM:
If you are connecting using a laptop or PC, when you click the LOGIN HERE for Susan's sessions, you will be asked to OPEN ZOOM meetings or DOWNLOAD AND RUN ZOOM.
If you are connecting using your mobile phone, you will first need to DOWNLOAD THE ZOOM APP and then click on the link.
The Zoom programme allows all of those present to see each other on the screen. The wonders of technology! However, if you prefer not to use your video when you join and instead connect just with audio, that is absolutely fine. You are welcome in whatever shape or form!
Each session will last approx 30 minutes.
Sincere thanks to those of you who have asked me to include an option for you to make a donation following your participation in the online sessions. I would like to stress that this is entirely optional and you are welcome to continue to participate free of charge. However, if you do feel that you would like to offer a donation, please follow the link below and it will direct you to the secure online payment page. I greatly appreciate your support in turning up to our sessions and hope that we can continue to support each other to stay steady over the coming weeks.
Warmest wishes to you,
In light of the very serious global pandemic, I have postponed all Mindfulness courses until we are informed by the HSE that it is safe to re-commence.
This is a time of great uncertainty and many of you may be feeling anxiety and fear, normal human responses to what are extraordinary and unprecedented circumstances. More than ever we are seeing the many threads that connect us to each other whether locally, nationally or globally. This crisis calls for us all to play our part in finding ways to respond to each other with compassion and care.
The world needs mindfulness now more than ever as we all try to hold ourselves steady and manage the levels of anxiety that are reflected all around us and that seem impossible to avoid. Finding creative ways to support and connect with each other seems pressing.