Relational Mindfulness: Cultivating Freedom & Authenticity in How We Relate
A Half Day Workshop
With Deborah Eden Tull
Saturday June 20, 2015
1:00 – 4:00pm
If we live as if the purpose of every meeting is a heart-to-heart encounter, we give ourselves permission to let down our guard, see through the limitations of the conditioned mind, and cultivate ease and authenticity in how we relate. Consider that Transparency is freedom… Freedom is transparency.
This workshop is about letting go of the needless efforting of our social conditioning and the habits of the mind of separation, and learning to reside in the freedom of presence and vulnerability. Relating “in the moment” with one another is a form of meditation that allows us to express, listen, see, and be seen. It requires openness, courage, and curiosity and allows for intimacy and transformation. Through relational mindfulness we receive a gift of connection with ourselves and with others that we can carry into every aspect of our lives.
All are welcome… This workshop is for both experienced meditators and those who are new to practice.
Please bring a journal/pen and a cup/mug for tea.
Sliding Scale: $20 – $60, plus an offering of dana to the teacher. Please pay at the highest level you can afford to support our programs and those who have less.
Scholarships and work-study are available. No is turned away for lack of funds.
$100 Plus Monthly Supporters attend for no cost. Please Click Here for more info on our Monthly Supporter program.
Reg closed, walk ins still available
Deborah Eden Tull, founder of Mindful Living Revolution, is a Zen meditation/mindfulness teacher and sustainability consultant. She spent seven years as a monk at a Zen monastery and teaches the integration of compassionate awareness into every aspect of life. Her teaching style is grounded in experiential learning and an unwavering commitment to personal transformation. Eden also teaches for UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Practice Center and also facilitates The Work that Reconnects, created by eco-philosopher Joanna Macy. More info