sat02jul10:00 AM1:00 PMNaturally at Ease: Mindfulness and Meditation with Dr Ian Gawler10:00 AM - 1:00 PM 158 Australia St, Newtown, Inner West, 158 Australia St, Newtown Event Organized By: Rigpa Sydney Event Type :Courses/Teachings on Buddhism,Meditation Conducted / InstructedEvent Region:Inner West
Ian will present an overview of the Buddhist view of how the mind works, and practical meditation techniques to help you access your mind’s vast potential for happiness and wellbeing.
Ian will present an overview of the Buddhist view of how the mind works, and practical meditation techniques to help you access your mind’s vast potential for happiness and wellbeing. Drawing on 40 years of meditation practice, Ian outlines techniques that have helped many people ameliorate stress, anxiety and burnout.
Ian says, Many people confirm that when they meditate, they feel so much more at ease, content, energized, focused and at peace, but when they go back to their everyday life they quickly get caught up in the busy-ness once more and lose it. This highly experiential session will focus upon how to bring the practice of mindfulness and meditation into your daily life so this calm, clear and peaceful mind can be with you always.
Suited to both beginners and the more experienced, we will meditate together and there will be plenty of time for questions and discussion.
About Dr Ian Gawler
Dr Ian Gawler is a retired veterinarian, long term cancer survivor and international best-selling author. Ian has been a student of Sogyal Rinpoche since 1985 and from 2006 to 2013 trained in the study and practice of authentic Buddhist teachings on meditation, mind, compassion and wisdom in Rigpa via the Institute of Wisdom and Compassion in France. He has also received teachings from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and many other teachers from across all traditions. Ian is closely involved with the Inter-Faith movement.
Ian has a long-term interest in the mind and wellbeing and his books include the ground breaking You Can Conquer Cancer and Blue Sky Mind. He co-founded the world’s first lifestyle-based self-help programs for both cancer and MS. More recently he has been involved in developing a therapeutic meditation app Allevi8, and in establishing Centres for Contemplative Studies at the University of Melbourne and Monash University.
Dr Gawler holds a Masters in Counselling and in 1987 he received the Order of Australia Medal for his contribution to the community.
(Saturday) 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
158 Australia St, Newtown, Inner West
158 Australia St, Newtown
Rigpa Sydneywww.email@example.com or phone 02 9211 5304 158 Australia Street, Newtown