“Mindfulness Intensive, In-Me”

Enter the New Year consciously

MINDFULNESS INTENSIVE

Enter the New Year consciously

In the 21st century, we live fast.
Very often we are unaware of our reactions, conversations and focus.
Sometimes when some important conversation is over happens that we say to ourselves
"Why didn't I react differently?" ,

We work a lot, busy with tasks; forget to have breakfast, drink water, “just one more email and just one more call”. And just in a moment it is already the end of working hours.

The point is awareness. We are not aware of the moment, ourselves, our reactions, our body and the triggers that upset us and put us in an awkward state. That is why Mindfulness has an increasing use in the world and is becoming an integral part in life of the most successful and busiest people and even of clinical practice for various more serious psychological conditions.

The good thing about Mindfulness is that the education does not last long, does not require a lot of dedicated time for learning, and has an effect because it is continuous education.

Breathing techniques, physical exercises, mindfulness meditation and NLP are studied within Mindfulness at the In-Me association for mindfulness from Berlin, which give instant excellent results.

Key advantages of the Mindfulness Intensive education, accredited by the In-Me Association:

Significant stress reduction

Improved emotional self-regulation

Increased resilience and well-being

Improved focus, presence and concentration

Reduced reactivity, increased directionality

A calmer and more relaxed mind

Improved mind-body connection

Development of self-compassion and patience

Significant stress reduction

Improved emotional self-regulation

Increased resilience and well-being

Improved focus, presence and concentration

Reduced reactivity, increased directionality

A calmer and more relaxed mind

Improved mind-body connection

Development of self-compassion and patience

What you will learn:

  • Daily practice of sitting mindfulness meditation, body scanning and conscious physical activity
  • Techniques for increasing acceptance, patience and non-judgmental observation
  • Breathing exercises to calm the mind and body
  • How to identify and what to do with automatic negative thoughts (ANTs)
  • Conscious daily activities, such as conscious walking, drinking coffee or conscious eating
  • Guided visualizations for deepening meditative states
  • Setting goals to integrate mindfulness into your life
Module 1. Introduction to Mindfulness
Module 2. Conscious communication
Module 3. Change of habits
Module 4. The effect of thoughts on our state
Module 5. Changing the perception of stress
Module 6. Body awareness and movement
Module 7. Be good to yourself in order to be good to others
Module 8. Integration
Mindfulness as practiced today is more a way of being than a specific meditation technique. It is used as a therapy for a wide range of conditions (both mental and physical) and as a general tool to improve the quality of life. It has been proven through neuroscience that, for example, when you exercise in the gym and you are aware of the movement you are performing, which means that you can exactly feel the muscle that you are activating, you have about 30% better performance.
To be aware, in the modern sense, is to be aware of yourself, your body, and your environment as they exist in the moment. Eastern religions are aware of the importance of the present, but the rational and scientific Western mindset is often uncomfortable accepting this idea. Mindfulness right here allows the Western skeptic to combine Western science with the benefits of Eastern self-awareness.

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Module 1.

Introduction to Mindfulness

Module 2.

Conscious communication

Module 3.

Change of habits

Module 4.

The effect of thoughts on our state

Module 5.

Changing the perception of stress

Module 6.

Body awareness and movement

Module 7.

Be good to yourself in order to be good to others

Module 8.

Integration

Mindfulness as practiced today is more a way of being than a specific meditation technique. It is used as a therapy for a wide range of conditions (both mental and physical) and as a general tool to improve the quality of life. It has been proven through neuroscience that, for example, when you exercise in the gym and you are aware of the movement you are performing, which means that you can exactly feel the muscle that you are activating, you have about 30% better performance.
To be aware, in the modern sense, is to be aware of yourself, your body, and your environment as they exist in the moment. Eastern religions are aware of the importance of the present, but the rational and scientific Western mindset is often uncomfortable accepting this idea. Mindfulness right here allows the Western skeptic to combine Western science with the benefits of Eastern self-awareness.

Mindfulness as practiced today is more a way of being than a specific meditation technique. It is used as a therapy for a wide range of conditions (both mental and physical) and as a general tool to improve the quality of life. It has been proven through neuroscience that, for example, when you exercise in the gym and you are aware of the movement you are performing, which means that you can exactly feel the muscle that you are activating, you have about 30% better performance.

To be aware, in the modern sense, is to be aware of yourself, your body, and your environment as they exist in the moment. Eastern religions are aware of the importance of the present, but the rational and scientific Western mindset is often uncomfortable accepting this idea. Mindfulness right here allows the Western skeptic to combine Western science with the benefits of Eastern self-awareness.

Mindfulness as practiced today is more a way of being than a specific meditation technique. It is used as a therapy for a wide range of conditions (both mental and physical) and as a general tool to improve the quality of life. It has been proven through neuroscience that, for example, when you exercise in the gym and you are aware of the movement you are performing, which means that you can exactly feel the muscle that you are activating, you have about 30% better performance.

To be aware, in the modern sense, is to be aware of yourself, your body, and your environment as they exist in the moment. Eastern religions are aware of the importance of the present, but the rational and scientific Western mindset is often uncomfortable accepting this idea. Mindfulness right here allows the Western skeptic to combine Western science with the benefits of Eastern self-awareness.

7 BASIC ATTITUDES OF MINDFULNESS PRACTICE ACCORDING TO J.K.ZINN.

Jon Kabat-Zinn describes seven attitudes we need to develop in order to be successful with mindfulness

NON-JUDGING
PATIENCE
BEGINNER’S MIND
TRUST
NON-STRIVING
ACCEPTANCE
LETTING GO

Discover the power of mindfulness practices and attitudes to reduce stress, increase focus, well-being and peace of mind. Master the art of being mindful in the present, with life-changing positive effects. Understand the basics of mindfulness and enjoy all its proven benefits.

Price 250€
TRENER

dr Darko Cvetković

NLP Master Traner, ICI Coach Master Tranier, Mindfulness Master Trainer In-Me, Meditation and Reiki Teacher,MD with his innovative health approaches

darko@energyhouse.life

Arline Davis Mindfulness Evolving In-Me President in the United States and Master Trainer of NLP and Coaching,

Ildy Meixner, Mindfulness Master Trainer In-Me a distinguished Princeton educator with expertise in resilience and well-being and with.

You will have a unique experiences in Integrated Mindfulness.

My coworkers and participants in educations often use words like “commitment,” “support,” “altruism,” and “awareness” to describe me. I believe that I cannot teach techniques that I do not apply in real life with passion.

My true calling is a commitment to personal and professional growth. I want to integrate knowledge from NLP, Reiki, Mindfulness, meditation and medicine in an original way, and make them useful in everyday life. I graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, worked in a corporation, so my rich experience actually gives a special charm to education.

I wrote two books: “Life is like a football game” and “Both sides of love”. I hope my words inspire others to discover the richness and joy of life.

I am a happy husband and father of two sons.

7 BASIC ATTITUDES OF MINDFULNESS PRACTICE ACCORDING TO J.K.ZINN.

Jon Kabat-Zinn describes seven attitudes we need to develop in order to be successful with mindfulness

NON-JUDGING
PATIENCE
BEGINNER’S MIND
TRUST
NON-STRIVING
ACCEPTANCE
LETTING GO

Discover the power of mindfulness practices and attitudes to reduce stress, increase focus, well-being and peace of mind. Master the art of being mindful in the present, with life-changing positive effects. Understand the basics of mindfulness and enjoy all its proven benefits.

Price 1500€
TRENER

dr Darko Cvetković

NLP Master Traner, ICI Coach Master Tranier, Mindfulness Master Trainer In-Me, Meditation and Reiki Teacher,MD with his innovative health approaches

darko@energyhouse.life

Arline Davis Mindfulness Evolving In-Me President in the United States and Master Trainer of NLP and Coaching,

Ildy Meixner, Mindfulness Master Trainer In-Me a distinguished Princeton educator with expertise in resilience and well-being and with.

You will have a unique experiences in Integrated Mindfulness.

My coworkers and participants in educations often use words like “commitment,” “support,” “altruism,” and “awareness” to describe me. I believe that I cannot teach techniques that I do not apply in real life with passion.

My true calling is a commitment to personal and professional growth. I want to integrate knowledge from NLP, Reiki, Mindfulness, meditation and medicine in an original way, and make them useful in everyday life. I graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, worked in a corporation, so my rich experience actually gives a special charm to education.

I wrote two books: “Life is like a football game” and “Both sides of love”. I hope my words inspire others to discover the richness and joy of life.

I am a happy husband and father of two sons.

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