7 Essentials for a Mindful Life

October 4, 2014 @ 12:30 am – 3:00 am
Bozeman Dharma Center
1019 E Main St #202
Bozeman, MT 59715

Seven Essentials For A Mindful Life

Friday, October 3, 2014, 6:30 -9pm, and Saturday, October 4, 2014, 9-6pm

Do you sometimes experience separation from others, even those who have a consistent, thriving mindfulness practice?

Are you sometimes faced with a scarcity of loving-kindness or compassion in spite of your heart’s intentions??

Do you yearn for a fuller experience of connection between your inner life and your outer life?

In Seven Essentials For A Mindful Life, Ann Malabre and Doyle Banks, will help you discover some of the things that can block the flow of loving-kindness and compassion in your experience and what you can do to gain access to your true, compassionate nature and basic goodness. Ann and Doyle will facilitate learning through discussion, experiential exercises and, of course, meditation with goals such as:

  • ·      Deepening the practice of self-compassion and acceptance,
  • ·      Moving through conflict with clarity, care, and dignity,
  • ·      Transforming suffering (yours and others’) into compassion and loving-kindness,
  • ·      Increasing possibilities for conscious choice and greater alignment for inner peace

Tuition: $160, with a special discount of $130 if registered before 9/28,

Register by phone: Ann  (406) 763-4515
      Doyle  (503) 310-2160

Register online: http://www.speak-love.com/7essentials

Ann Malabre, MAT, is trained in Nonviolent Communication, and has spent 18 years in the Momastary teaching mindfulness and nonviolent principles to 4 home schooling children. Her passion is finding creative ways to teach peace

Doyle Banks is a Registered Certification Candidate with the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC), a Certified Mediator and a Dharma Teacher Trainee with the Portland Insight Meditation Center. He has over 500 hours of training in Nonviolent Communication. His passion is helping people reduce their suffering and increase their joy.