Are you experiencing emotional or physical pain?
Do you feel that time is going too fast, or unbearably slow?
Do you wish you were more emotionally resilient, ready for when life throws its inevitable curveballs?
At Siendo, we offer mindfulness and meditation courses to help you navigate these challenges.
You can’t change what life throws at you, but you can learn to accept that it will have an impact on your mental or physical wellbeing and explore this impact with compassion.
Nobody should have to experience the inescapable challenges of life and have to feel guilt, shame and frustration on top.
Be kind to yourself.
Read on to find out more about the meditation and mindfulness courses we offer at Siendo and the benefits they could bring to your life.
Siendo meditation and mindfulness courses
8-week Online Meditation Course for Health & Wellbeing
This course is designed to help those who wish to become healthier and more efficient in their lives.
During the 8-week course, you will embark upon a journey of self-development, self-discovery, learning and healing in an effort to regain control of your wellbeing and to attain, at the very least, some peace of mind.
You will learn how to cultivate mindfulness in your everyday life, while also learning how to hold your thoughts in awareness, giving you an entirely new perspective on them and their content.
During this course, we will guide you through your first 8-weeks of meditation practice, and from there we will show you how to incorporate these new techniques throughout the rest of your life.
Science has found that the way in which we think and behave can have a fundamental impact on our physical health, and our capacity to recover from illness and injury. Amongst many benefits, this mindfulness and meditation programme will offer you the opportunity to actively engage in your own progression towards greater levels of health and wellbeing.
During our sessions, we will cover:
- Meditation and its relationship with physical pain
- Using meditation to work with emotional stress, anxiety and depression
- Reducing time pressures through mindfulness and the creation of timelessness
- Developing awareness and resilience to life’s challenges
- Practicing meditation for elevated function
- Meditation as a journey; developing insight and changing your life
Weekly drop-in meditation sessions
If you already have meditation experience and you would like the support and encouragement of a regular meditation group, then come along and join us, as and when you can.
Starting 9th May 2021, we will meet online every Sunday, 17:00 – 17:45 GMT.
During each session, we will have a short discussion around a relevant wellbeing topic and then I will guide you through a 25-minute group meditation.
Meditating as a group is incredibly powerful and will leave you with an incredible sense of interconnectedness:
“Group meditation can be similar to a tug of war. You are all pulling on the same side, a certain synergy of energy is created, and a common goal is achieved. It is the same when you meditate together: the collective consciousness raises, and it acts like the ‘rising tide that raises all boats.”
Because building a community is one of the most important parts of meditation for Rebecca; this weekly session is run by donation. Come and join us, regardless of your financial status.
Want to find out more about the benefits of mindfulness and meditation?
Watch Rebecca’s Wellbeing Wednesday video to hear first hand how mindfulness and meditation has changed her life and how she connects with the world around her.
Hopefully, her story will inspire you to give this potentially life-changing practice a try for yourself!
Struggling to prioritise self-care? You’re not alone. Rebecca’s got some tips for that too – read more here.
Rebecca’s mindfulness and meditation qualifications
Rebecca Cheetham completed her 100HR Meditation & Mindfulness Teacher Training (MMTT) with Zenways in 2020. These courses are accredited by the International Mindfulness Teachers Association – a world-wide standards body.
The Zenways teacher training is uniquely rooted in the Zen Buddhist tradition. Rebecca trained with Julian Daizan Skinner, who was the first Englishman to go to Japan and become a Roshi / Zen Master in the rigorous Rinzai tradition of Zen.