Embodiment For Mindfulness & A.C.T. Facilitators
Join Miles Kessler for this special 3-day training for teachers, trainers, & therapists who are working in the fields of mindfulness & A.C.T. facilitation.
- Day One (04/27): “Working With Your Inner Resistance & Shadow”
- Day Two (04/28): “Embodying Your Facilitation”
Boves, Italy – Integral Aikido Intensive w/ Miles Kessler (6th dan Aikikai)
20 Year Anniversary Seminar w/ Miles Kessler (6th Dan Aikikai)
The Integral Dojo “Winter Aikido Camp”Miles Kessler Sensei 6th dan, Aikikai
Buddhist Psychology w/ Miles Kessler – Day Workshop
Bucharest, Romania | Aikido Seminar w/ Miles Kessler, 6th dan Aikikai
||February 2, 2019—February 3, 2019
||Aikido Seminar w/ Miles Kessler, 6th dan Aikikai
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Tel Aviv, Israel – Aikido Friendship Seminar w/ Thorsten Schoo (6th Dan) and Miles Kessler (6th Dan)
Do you meditate or practice mindfulness? Do you also have a physical practice, like Aikido, yoga, dance, bodywork, sports, or art? Now here’s the big question… do your meditation practice and your physical practice come together for you? Or, like most people, are these two parallel paths for you? Two paths completely related, but not completely coming together. In this blog post, my special guest and I take a look at the Union Of Meditation & Aikido.”
How attached are you to things in your life? How much “inner peace” do you have in your life? Have you ever considered that there is a correlation between attachment and inner peace? It is an eternal fact that the more attachment you have, the less inner peace you will find. And conversely, the less attachment you have, the more inner peace. In this post, fellow meditation teacher Stephen Fuder and I look at the relationship between “Mindfulness, Attachment, & Inner Peace.”
“What is Aikido?” Now there’s a question that should make you think. How can you answer this question in a completely authentic way, that is not based on something that you heard or read about? Is it possible to hold this question in a way that will help you in getting to the essence of Aikido?