"The conventions are logical & simple, allowing readers to easily and quickly put each practice to use in their daily lives"- San Francisco Chronicle
Mind heavy with your mind chatter? Is your Constant Compulsive mind chatter keeping you trapped in fear, anxiety and stress?
Your brain is constantly engaged in the thinking process. Most of the time you are unaware of the incessant 'chatter' going on in your mind because you are accustomed to it and you have tuned it out. For now, try to turn your attention to your head. For the next minute or two, notice the thoughts coming and going in your head.
When you observe carefully, you will notice that although the movement of thoughts seems swift, there are gaps or space. A space in which a thought comes to an end and a new thought hasn't yet appeared. A space in which you realise you have been caught up in thinking. This space or gap is not related to the thought process. You don't usually notice this space. But if you observe carefully, you will become aware that this space is one of silence. A brief space in which there is no thought – just a space of silence. This 'space of peace' may be the missing piece in your life. Not knowing that this space exists may be the root cause of all the problems in your life.
Yet how does this space free us from the trap of fear, anger, stress and anxiety that our own mind has created for ourselves?
"In the book, Nambiar explains how humans cripple themselves with self-imposed limitations--of how human intellect operates against the wisdom of the universe. The author asserts that emotions such as fear, anger, stress, and anxiety are mere traps that the mind has created for itself"- Boston Herald
Coinciding with the launch of his new book - In between thoughts - Regain the missing piece in your life, Santosh Nambiar, the well-known author of 'A New Way of Living' (published by Balboa Press USA, Hay House) 'Life A Meditation' and 'Taking your life from Mediocrity to Creativity' is presenting an interactive 3-hour workshop entitled "Constant compulsive mind chatter, its root cause, consequence and a way out of it" on Saturday 8th September 2018 at Hawthorn Community Precinct.
Humans are meant to thrive and flourish like nature, but we just survive – why? This workshop will provide you with some pointers that will help you with your self -discovery in realising the 'knot' or the mind conceived prison that you have created for yourselves which keeps each one of us trapped and inhibiting us from fully functioning in the society. Realising the 'knot' or the prison can or may help you plug into that flow of unlimited, abundant energy leading to a more conscious, mindful, creative and productive life. A life which can fully bloom and flower.
"As a yoga teacher with over two decades of experience, I feel that it contains valuable teachings on how to live a more conscious life and how to maximize one's full creative potential." - Fiona Hyde, Principal of Williamstown Yoga and Meditation
In this engaging and informative workshop, running from 10am to 1pm, Santosh will also discuss the below mentioned topics:
Simple but powerful common-sense Meditation practice to recondition our brain to bring clarity, peace, and creativity in the demanding and chaotic world we live in today.
Parking available at the Precinct. Please come early to secure a park.
If you are interested in attending, please note prior bookings are essential; you can book your place by clicking here. Places are strictly limited per session. The participation fee is $55 per person.