10-week accredited short course
Mindfulness meditation is fast becoming a mainstream, recommended approach for improved health, well-being and performance in the Western world. It has applications for general self-development, specific clinical concerns and/or spiritual growth. Meditation cultivates in us the ability to free ourselves from our habitual responses to think, feel and act with a new sense of clarity and purpose in both every day and major moments of life.
Autumn 2018 course information will be available in August.
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Room tbc, Westwood Teaching Centre, Westwood Campus, University of Warwick.
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|Accreditation||10 credits, level 4|
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Areas of study
- Definitions of mindfulness
- History of mindfulness
- Types of mindfulness
- Benefits of mindfulness
- Mind-body interactions 1 (body)
- Mind-body interactions 2 (mind)
- The stress response
- Thinking, feeling and doing habits
- Attention and Perception
- Flavouring our experiences
- Transpersonal development
- Expanding awareness
- Reflective practice
- Student reflections
- Future directions
- Longer periods of mindfulness, retreats, fasting, pilgrimages, etc