Bristol Workshop

Where: Friends Meeting House, Champion Square, Bristol BS2 9DB (Map)
When: 2 November 2012
Time: 17:30 to 20:00 followed by a bring and share meal.
For: Aimed at young people under 35 of all backgrounds, faiths and experience levels but open to all
Bring:– chairs will be provided but please bring a cushion or stool if you prefer
– a blanket to keep you cozy and for deep relaxation
– a veggie dish and your own cutlery if you wish to join the shared meal afterwards
Register: Via the form below.
Facebook: Event invitation here. Please share the event with those who may be interested too.

In today’s busy world, we all experience the stress, pressures, and expectations of daily life – overconsumption, overwork, uncertainty and anxiety about the future. How can we touch peace and freedom in the midst of it all?

This workshop offers us time and space to come together to disengage from all the busyness and begin to reclaim our freedom.

With the tools of mindfulness practice, we will learn how to stop and listen more deeply to ourselves and others, to explore what binds us and what can make us more free.

Activities will consist of:

* Guided sitting meditation
* Talk by the monastics
* Walking meditation
* Deep relaxation
* Question & answer session

(See Mindfulness for an introduction to these practices)

After Workshop

From 20:00, there will be a mindful meal and time for hanging out. If you would like to join us, please bring some vegetarian food to share and your own cutlery.

3 comments on “Bristol Workshop
  1. Jas Baku says:

    ace idea guys 🙂

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