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Talk by Jackie Hawken, author of “Mindfulness for a Broken Heart: Self-Compassion for Negative Mind-States”

May
25

7:00 pm

Jackie Hawken bookJoin us and author Jackie Hawken from Bristol, UK for an inspiring evening of down-to-earth teaching, reflections and user-friendly meditation practices. Jackie’s book (self-published on Amazon) contains 26 short exercises that appeal to all. Learn that self-compassion and self-acceptance makes sense and how using short Mindfulness exercises throughout the day helps you live better, combat stress, increase your self-esteem and develop healthy self-love.

This evening is suitable for everyone – not just the broken hearted! Questions and debate will be encouraged. You are guaranteed to leave with food for thought and the ability to use these practices immediately to help yourself and others.

Thursday May 25; 7-9pm  |   Registration: Free  

www.mindfulnessbristol.co.uk

https://www.amazon.com/Mindfulness-Broken-Heart-Self-Compassion-Mind-States-ebook/dp/B0195FR43Q

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/10368123/Choje-Akong-Rinpoche.html


Jackie Headshot

Jackie Hawken is a Mindfulness teacher, former lawyer and Buddhist whose teacher, Akong Tulku Rinpoche (Founder of Samye Ling) encouraged her to study Mindfulness so that she could “be Mindful all day every day and turn negative to positive” as a way of helping herself and others live happier lives. In the UK, Jackie teaches people from all walks of life and professions, who attend her workshops in order to contribute positively to their personal and professional activities. She also has a private practice as a psychological coach, using her extensive life experience and knowledge.

 

Venue

Tibet House US Gallery
22 West 15th Street
New York, NY 10011 United States
Phone:
2128070563
Website:
tibethouse.us