Full Presence Mindfulness

Experience is More Than We Think

Vision

Full Presence Mindfulness (FPM) offers a unified vision of who we are and how we can bring about meaningful change. Grounded in the present moment, it opens every dimension of the field of experience—our sensations, emotions and thoughts . . . our ways of connecting . . . our values and intentions . . . the systems that shape society and set limits. When we let go of the rigid view that puts the self at the center of experience, we awaken into a world that is rich and alive. We know without effort how to act on our highest values to change what needs changing.

Full Presence Mindfulness

A six week introduction 

Led by Jack Petranker

Saturdays, October 17, 2020 – November 21, 2020 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM Pacific Time
 
Full Presence Mindfulness is a vision of who we are and how we can bring about meaningful change. Grounded in the present moment, it opens every dimension of the field of experience—our sensations, emotions and thoughts, our ways of connecting, and the systems that shape society and set limits. When we let go of the rigid view that puts the self at the center of experience, we awaken into a world that is rich and alive. We know without effort how to act on our highest values.
Interested in connecting with a growing mindfulness community? In this course we will go over the first of three parts of the FPM vision. The first part focuses on the grounding practices using the breath, hearing and seeing practices, all the while working with the self not being at the center of experience. We would love for you to join us for 6 weeks of awakening a new vision

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Any amount is welcome. Center for Creative Inquiry is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and donations allow us to keep classes accessible for all.

Program Under Development

 

Advanced Courses

Berkeley, CA, Starts March 10th, Online, Starts March 15th.

This course will be in six-week modules. We will be doing readings from the TSK books that are related to the key FPM themes: Field, Self and Stories, and Intention.

New Ways of Knowing

A series of workshops exploring the intersection of Mindfulness and Systems Thinking. 

Program Under Development

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