Find Mindfulness is a 30 day self-exploration course.
This program is designed to awaken joy and offer tools to help guide you to the realization that you are in charge of your wellbeing. The course features an intimate setting and fosters a supportive community.
Payal Khurana has practiced meditation for over 9 years. Her path has led her to try different styles with different teachers all over the world. Raja yoga, Vipassana, and numerous 21 day challenges to name a few. She was generally a very negative child and raised with the "what if" monster. Mindfulness helped her bring awareness to the things that were holding her back from leading a more peaceful life. Now she wants to share that gift with others! She is also the co-founder of Starter Space, where she curates community and connection on a daily basis.
Elliot Larkin was introduced to mindfulness in 2009 when he seemed to have everything, but still felt unfulfilled. He spent the next year exploring Buddhist centers in France. This led him deep into Vipassana meditation, here he completed four 10-day silent retreats facing some of his greatest fears. More recently, Elliot has spent four months in India exploring ancient texts, volunteering his time at Mother Theresa's House of the Dying and Destitute, as well as in retreat. Currently, Elliot resides in Gainesville having recently completed his Masters in Management at UF where he maintains a daily meditation practice and hosts a meditation group at his home each Friday.
Discover what it means to have a peaceful mind through experimental meditation. Learn to see your problems and the outside world with calm and clarity.
Distraction is everywhere. Harness the power of focus so you can stop thinking about next weekend's plans and start working on this week's pitch.
When: This 4 week online session starts on January 10th. More sessions forthcoming.
Where: Find Mindfulness is done online along with a supportive community.
How: There are 3 options - Online, Online Plus, and In-Person. Details below.
Who: Anyone open to look within.
What: A different theme for each of 4 weeks, including daily lessons, guided meditations, and community check-ins.
What to bring: An open mind.
How much time am I committing to?
If you choose the "online" programs you are committing to set aside 20 minutes each morning or evening to work through the daily exercises. It is important to carve out a set time each day when you will explore the tools for mindfulness and personal growth. This is important because we are training ourselves to build new habits. Often there will be times when the daily exercise will not appear particular appealing - we urge you to stick to your commitment.
The amount of effort that you spend implementing these tools is up to you. The important thing is that you create the space to connect with the present moment. Like with all things, you get out what you put in.
If you have any additional questions please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The door is always open, whenever you are ready.