The staff team for this event was Dharmavidya, Prasada, Bhaktika and Liz Burnham. Liz and Bhaktika were new to the staff team so this was a first run of the new expanded staff group. It all went very well.
AMIDA TRUST INVITES YOU TO JOIN A NEW AND EXCITING COURSE BY DISTANCE LEARNING : EXPLORE YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH EATING AND WITH YOUR BODY.
Come and join us online for a month long course by distance learning starting in January 2009.
We are launching a month long course looking at attitudes to food, eating and body image. The programme includes exploratory exercises, guided meditations, and theoretical material based in the insights derived from Buddhist psychology. Participants join a supported peer group. Enrolment will be ongoing, with the first participants starting after Christmas.
This month long programme helps you to look at your eating behaviour and your relationship with your body in new ways. Through daily activities and reflections it helps you to understand some of the factors behind compulsive or restricted patterns of eating and to develop strategies to change your behaviour around food. The multi-media course uses meditations, work charts, guided fantasy exercises and practical experiments. It also contains theoretical and inspirational material related to the subject. Participants join an on-line support group and are given access to many resources. They remain registered after completion of the programme thus having access to an ongoing community of peers. Check out details and register through the web page on click here for more details
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The Maitri project, in association with Amida Trust, will be hosting an introductory weekend on listening skills, at the Buddhist House in Narborough.
This course is designed for people with little or no experience. Join us to learn new skills or improve your existing
ones. Would be very suitable for anyone working with adults in a
voluntary/helping role that involves listening and support.