June is one of my favorite months. It brings transition, not only in the seasons, but in my work as a teacher and a parent. I found last summer that our mindfulness work actually picked up, not because our program participants were less busy, but because the people around them were less busy which seemingly gave them permission to slow down as well.
And so it goes. At the same time, routines change and may create convenient excuses to drop your self-care routine as well. So it is a good time to recommit and recenter.
Each day in June, Center for Self-Care will be offering Questions for a Mindful Journey. Like and follow us on Facebook to view and respond to the day’s question. We also have a limited number of slots for a private email group working with the same questions.
To the left, you’ll see our summer offerings. You’ll see numerous opportunities to practice and join in fellowship, both in person and online.
Programs for Everyone
Meditate4SelfCare is a twice-weekly, free online meditation. Sundays at 9pm and Tuesdays at 8:30pm.
Programs for Men
Mindful Dads Meeting is a monthly drop-in group. Meditation instruction is provided along with time to write and reflect.
Men Sitting By A Fire is a monthly drop-in gathering where participants share stories on a different theme each time.
Mindful Men Meeting (email for details) is a monthly membership group that begins with practice followed by discussion of a topic such as busyness, fear, and joy.