Current Offerings

Reset & Reconnect: Sanity, hope and compassion in tumultuous times

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November 7, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Reset and Reconnect - find your superpowers

How to activate your superpowers to build your confidence and connections at work, with your family and in your community Getting through the election season and a global pandemic while…

The Next Wisest Thing

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May 18 @ 1:12 pm

What if we, instead, lived in our authenticity,  saw that each of us is whole, and good enough,  and that doing the next wisest, kindest thing,  is all that we need to live out our purpose?

Kind Teachers and Best Friends

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May 18 @ 1:12 pm

What kind teacher or best friend do you hold in your heart as someone who embodied deep acceptance? Patience? Compassion? Share this with someone who has shown you what kindness feels like.

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May 18 @ 1:12 pm

Oops. That wasn’t what I meant…. Yesterday I led a webinar that was designed for an audience of students of WisdomWay Institute who have been trained in sensitive, relationship-centered, mindful…

Caregiving and Stress: How to be there for others without coming undone 

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May 18 @ 1:12 pm
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Mindful awareness training doesn’t just help us with the really lovely stuff, like swimming on a summer day or being on vacation. It helps us to notice what is right here, right now, even in a difficult moment.

Seeking Relief

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May 18 @ 1:12 pm
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When we experience something painful and we don’t quite know how to respond to it, maybe we do something awkward and unhelpful, and instead of solving the discomfort, that brings more pain or discomfort. WisdomWay Institute’s 28-day Loving Through Difficulty course helps break this cycle.

Turning Toward the Difficult: Mindful Caregiving

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May 18 @ 1:12 pm
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We all face difficult situations, painful thoughts and emotions. How can we use mindful caregiving in these tough situations to find compassion and manage our emotions?