About Be Mindful Now CIC
MEET OUR TEAM
Whatever your objective, our team of experts have the knowledge and experience to support you in making Compassionate Mindfulness work for you.
"My key takeaway is the empashis on simplicity and inquiry. Its been a great sharing place for me- to be. I have learnt and adapted and just been myself. Thank you.
Roger, Director, Avanta
"The silence helped me turn inward and watch the thoughts and my attachment to my own stories. The teaching was powerful and enlightening.
Priscilla, CEO, International School Guatemala
"Some challenge, that is what I needed. Wonderful environment ad safe space. There is always something "new" and its always "the same". Love that paradox!
Peter T, GP Newcastle
JUST SOME OF THE COMPANIES WE HAVE WORKED WITH
Be Mindful Now CIC Vision and Values
Our mission: Is to improve the health and well-being of participants on our courses, retreats, workshops and programs. This is achieved through greater self-awareness, broader emotional resilience, acknowledged changes in relationships and an increase in compassion for themselves and other.
Our vision: Is that participants understand mindfulness and compassion and develop a personal practice that will benefit them, their family, friends, work colleagues and the wider world in which they live, work and contribute.
The Values and the behaviours that support participants to be more present and to be their vision of a mindful and compassionate life, enables the transformation to happen .
Kindness and Compassion: Being as non-judgmental as we can and learning to live in the present moment.
Curiosity: Encouraging participants to notice and be interested in their own experience in the here and now.
Self-Awareness: Encouraging participants to be aware of their own drivers and habits, other people and the world around them.
Simplicity: We keep the teaching and practice simple, leading to understanding and personal transformation.
Transformation: Participants have a vision of how their life can be. The transformation comes in the commitment to maintaining a practice. Ideally daily.
Open to all: We believe that mindfulness should be open to all who wish to practice. We don’t ask lots of questions, we respect that participants have their own vision of how learning to practice mindfulness and compassion will support them. By doing it this way we find that participants remain in control and all our many differences are respected, rather than judgments made. Whatever arises in the mindfulness space is boundaried.