Coming Home to Yourself: A 6-Week Course in Mindfulness ($59)
Mindfulness isn't a self-improvement project, it's a self-kindness practice. The instructions are simple, but their application requires effort. It's beneficial to have a teacher guide the way. This 6-week course includes formal instruction on meditation and informal instruction on how to pay attention in daily life. Once you cultivate awareness, you can shine it everywhere: breath, body, difficult emotion, positive emotion, relationships, and life choices. In small yet important ways, you can change your life. You can come home to yourself—your wise, messy, unique, imperfect, beautiful self.
What to expect
- This is a self-paced course with honest and gentle guidance from me.
- You don't need special equipment, you can start right now, just as you are.
- Each week, you need 2-3 hours (not all in one sitting) that you can devote to YOU.
- If you miss a week, you can begin again the next week (or the next week).
- Whether you're new to mindfulness or seasoned at meditation, looking to revive your practice, this course can help.
- There's no way to get this wrong. Small positive steps have big impact.
- The varied course materials—available only to students in this class—are included within one multimedia document: 6 weeks of teaching, 19 guided meditations, 7 videos, 39 photographs, 79 pages, and much love. (Internet access is required.)
Each week includes extensive written teaching, 1 video, 2-3 guided meditations, 3 everyday awareness practices, 5 mini-assignments, and 6 photographs + insights (to be viewed as the week progresses). There's copious material, but you can practice in small doses. This isn't a job to complete, it's a course to be lived. Let it be messy, real, and imperfect.
- Week 1: Basics of Mindfulness and Meditation
- Week 2: Deeper Mindfulness and Body Meditation
- Week 3: Shaping a Practice and Working with Difficult Emotion
- Week 4: Staying the Course and Cultivating Positive Experience
- Week 5: Living from Intention and Loving-Kindness Practice
- Epilogue: Well-Being