Mindfulness Training: An Inside Job!
Safer Mindfulness instruction and training: For dealing with the narrator in our heads, relentless parade of thoughts and preoccupations, our reactivity, bewildering emotions, habitual ways we do things, and our perpetual busyness.
Through mindfulness-awareness meditation and related practices--which can be done anywhere, anytime--we begin to develop a way of being that is rooted in sanity and simplicity. We begin to discover insight, intelligence, and compassion, which, as it turns out, have been with us all along!
(For "Mindfulness for Depression", and Online Mindfulness Practice Sessions, please scroll down.)
Safer Mindfulness Specializes in Multi-Week Applied Mindfulness Training Programs
- Typically, but not exclusively, 1.5-hr. weekly sessions (5 to 12 weeks)
- We introduce mindfulness in the context of addictions, anxiety and stress, depression, and the workplace.
- Presentations, discussions in pairs and in the group, and Q&A
- “Homework”: Mindfulness practice and readings
- Meet via Zoom video conferencing—join from any location--or in person
Click here for Program descriptions and evaluation outcomes.
The next workshop series, "Mindfulness for Depression", will begin on Tuesday, April 14th, 2020 from 7:00 to 8:30 pm, continuing on Tuesdays weekly until June 16th. We will meet via Zoom video conferencing for 100% live interactive sessions. Participants will connect from home. To review topics (sessions 1 - 10), scroll down to: "Mindfulness for Depression". For more information, contact Andrew: email@example.com / (709) 722-2716 - Cell: 709-699-3293
A partnership between the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador (PEGNL); Dr. Janna Rosales, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, Memorial University; and Andrew Safer / Safer Mindfulness. Funded through an Accelerator grant, Memorial University.
June 16 - July 17, 1:00 - 2:00 pm via Zoom
"Professional Resilience Through Mindfulness Training"
Session #1: Stress, Uncertainty & Mindfulness
Session #2: How Mindfulness Can Support Innovation & Problem-Solving
Session #3: Building Respectful Relationships with Mindfulness
Session #4: Upending Digital Distraction
Article about Mindfulness based on interview with Andrew Safer
"In a COVID-19 World, Meditation Movement with Buddhist Roots More Important Than Ever", The Telegram/Saltwire Network, June 2, 2020.
Mindfulness for Depression
To register: cmhanl.info/mfd2020
Online Mindfulness Practice Sessions
Mindfulness practice introduces a touch of sanity into our otherwise uncertain, topsy-turvy lives, particularly in the era of COVID-19.
Please consider joining one of our free practice sessions on Zoom, in the comfort of your own home, when you can.
A note about Zoom: You can connect via laptop/desktop/notebook as long as they have microphone and camera, or through your smartphone.
The Zoom app downloads when you click the link, but if you would like to be 100% sure you have the app, download Zoom Client for Meetings ahead of time. If you’re asked whether to join with video, select “Yes”.
Join us for any of these ongoing sessions...
Monday Nights: 7:15 to 8:45 pm (Newfoundland time) Sitting, Walking, and Discussion
If you are new to Zoom, plan on connecting at 7:05 pm.
Wednesdays: 12:00 to 12:30 pm, and 7:00 to 8:00 pm: Sitting, Walking, Sitting
Fridays: 12:00 to 12:45 pm Sitting, Walking, and Sitting
If you are new to Mindfulness practice, there will be instructions at the beginning of the session.
To join, specify which session in an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Next "Anxiety, Stress & Mindfulness" Workshop Series...
Book Signing at Chapters
Anxiety Relief Project Facebook-Live Talk
Anxiety, Stress & Mindfulness: Workshops Starting Sept. 25th
(Click links below...)
Weekly Mindfulness Group
Every Monday night, our mindfulness group meets at The Lantern, 35 Barnes Road (Oak Room, 2nd Floor). Everyone is welcome: no experience is required.
(The exception is on statutory holidays, The Lantern is closed and we meet elsewhere. Contact us in advance for the location.)
Arrive at 7:00 pm for a 7:15 pm start: sitting and walking meditation practice, and discussion.
Newcomers: e-mail us to arrange to meet at 6:30 pm for mindfulness-awareness meditation instruction.
There is no fee. Contributions towards rent are gratefully accepted.
Safer Mindfulness workshops and training combine 51 years of experience in mindfulness practice with 26 years in mindfulness instruction, program development, and workshop facilitation.
Providing instruction and training in applying ancient wisdom and methods to address everyday challenges with clarity and resourcefulness