Recover Your Cool*
with Fast Track Mindfulness℠
*Cool = Calm, Composed, Collected, Relaxed, Unruffled, Level-headed, Imperturbable, Unfazed
- Are your recovery tools as fast as your reactivity?
- Do you want the benefits of mindfulness in real time?
- Would you like to manage stressors with greater ease?
- Have a more powerful and confident presence?
Wednesday, March 24, 6:30-7pm
Sunday, March 28, 6:30-7pm
It is well known that mindfulness is beneficial for the health and well-being of the body and mind. However, many of the techniques take time and require creating the right environment. Reactions to stressors and triggers, we all know, happen at reflexively fast speeds and over time takes a toll on the body and mind. We need recovery tools that match the quickness of the reactivity. Fast Track Mindfulness℠ offers techniques for countering and reversing in real time the body’s reactions to being stressed. The techniques work by changing our focus and body posture to change our internal chemistry & physiology which then changes our brain’s way of thinking and how we interact with the world.
These classes are offered on generosity. The generosity of sharing and the generosity of gratitude. Gratitude offerings can be sent through Venmo (@Paul-Ciske, email@example.com), Pay Paul Ciske using PayPal.Me (USD), Transferwise (Paul Everett Ciske, 510-912-5775)
Conflict => Respect => Empathy
Exploring the “others” point of view
1 of 4 seminars expanding on “Recover Your Cool”
each followed by 4 optional training sessions
Seminar on Monday, March 29, 6:30-8pm
Optional Training sessions April 5, 12, 19, 26, 6:30-7:30pm
$45 – Seminar only; $75 – Seminar plus 4 hour-long training sessions;
$40 – Four Training package or $15/training (prior approval needed)
(No one turned away due to lack of funds)
Learn to recognize your habitual reactive patterns in conflict and how to quickly shift to a state that offers alternative possibilities based on the Square-Circle-Triangle methodology and using the B.E.S.T. Centering practices and equanimous listening. We explore methods for moving from conflict and disagreement to respecting and seeing the others point of view while still advocating for ourselves and our perspective. What makes this different is that we train the body rather than the cognitive mind which allows for a quicker recovery to a more centered state of being that can tap into our innate wisdom, confidence and compassion. This approach was developed out of the work Wendy Palmer’s Leadership Embodiment