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Big Mind workshop series 2020 (all 5 workshops)

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Pulse Glenlyon Road

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149 Glenlyon Rd

Brunswick, VIC 3056

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Big Mind Series 2020

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Big Mind is a method for waking up and living with profound wisdom and compassion.

The Big Mind Process™ is a facilitated dialogue technique created in 1999 by Zen Master Genpo Roshi, and continues to evolve. As a practice, Big Mind has broadened and enriched not only the teaching of the essence of Zen but spiritual practices in other traditions as well, enabling thousands of people from all walks of life and religious backgrounds to have an awakening with little or no prior consciousness study. It is being used in many fields, including psychotherapy, law, medicine, education, mediation, business, athletics, social work, family therapy, and work with prison inmates, hospital patients and the dying.

This workshop is for people:

  • of all (or no) religious or philosophical backgrounds
  • who want to deepen their spiritual practices
  • wanting to get unstuck and clarify their life

We will begin with you given time to ask questions and share what you'd like to work with, are unsure about, would like to clarify, seek to deepen or awaken. I prefer to work with what is real and relevant for you, and I'll spend some time hearing what is for you.

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What can I bring into the event?

We will break for lunch. There are cafe's nearby. There is a small kitchen for tea and coffee. If you want to bring food, there is a fridge if you want to store food for the day.

Will we be learn 'techniques' relating to meditation, breathing, posture etc?

This workshop will use Big Mind to support you to deepen your practice.

If you're looking for 'how to' instruction on meditation, I recommend you look at an article published in the NY Times a few years ago: https://www.nytimes.com/guides/well/how-to-meditate. This article is so well-presented and thorough that I suggest it rather than trying to ‘teach’ the same techniques . The article provides instructions and you can experiment with them on your own time.

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Pulse Glenlyon Road

First floor

149 Glenlyon Rd

Brunswick, VIC 3056

Australia

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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