The Mindforce Institute, co-founded by Tibet House, is a new company that is focusing on providing mindfulness training to the corporate sector. As part of its launch, The Mindforce Institute is organizing a series of workshops at Tibet House. The purpose of these workshops is to offer our training in an intimate and casual setting to “early adopters” who can offer valuable feedback on the company’s offerings.
Our first workshop will introduce you to the four foci of mindful awareness found in the classical tradition. This class moves beyond the basic methods found in western psychology into a systematic approach to the mind, as if you were illuminating individual lamps along a path that is gradually made clear.
The main goal of this workshop is to awaken your inherent wisdom in an actionable manner. At the end of the class, you will learn to be healthier, develop your own visualization skills, make better decisions and connect more authentically with others.
Q&A, dialogue, and interactive exercises will be emphasized and encouraged. All levels are welcome.
Please dress comfortably and confidently.
DATE & TIME: February 23 & 24; 10AM-5PM
REGISTRATION: General: $150 ($75 per day) / Tibet House members: $120 ($60 per day)
Shaun Nanavati is a neuroscience researcher, professor and clinician with a lifelong interest in Eastern philosophy. He is on the faculty at the Nalanda Institute, Menla Retreat & Spa, and visiting teacher of Cognitive Science at CUNY. His research interest is in authentic Mindfulness and its impact on the autonomic nervous system, with special emphasis on the parasympathetic nervous system. Shaun has graduate degrees in both the Eastern and Western inner sciences: an MA in Comparative World Religion, Columbia University, and an MA, Research Master’s, New School for Social Research. He has published papers and given presentations on visual perception, neuroscience of yoga, and Mindfulness meditation.