On 6 December, the RSA Mindfulness Network will explore the facts, fiction, and fantasies surrounding the exploding mindfulness phenomena.
We'll be exploring questions such as:
What happens to your brain, habits, and relationships when you practise mindfulness?
Can mindfulness make you a faster multi-tasker or more efficient at work?
Is mindfulness just a fad or is it here to stay?
Does mindfulness create passive employees who don’t question toxic situations?
Can mindfulness make the world a better place?
This RSA London Mindfulness Network event is open to those who are new to mindfulness, have an existing practice, or are simply curious about what mindfulness is and isn’t. As part of the meeting, we will also practise a mindfulness exercise and there will be opportunities for participants to network.
Tea and coffee will be available on arrival. This is a free event but please do register at the top of this page so we know that you will be joining us.
Any questions, please contact the network lead, Dr Henry Ford FRSA: Dr@HenryFord.Guru
Location: The Romney Room, The RSA, 8 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6EZ
On signing up for this event you will automatically be added to the mailing list for the Mindfulness Network. If you do not with to receive future mailings from this network, please let us know.
About the Network
The aim of the RSA London Mindfulness Network is to engage, educate, and inspire Fellows to practise mindfulness and empower them to mainstream mindfulness in their lives and communities. The network enables Fellows to access research, practice mindfulness together, and work with a network of practitioners, teachers, and Fellows to share strategies for incorporating mindfulness in our thoughts and words and deeds. An important goal of mindfulness is to create the conditions for the enlightened thinking and collaborative action needed to address today's most pressing challenges.