Mindfulness is a form of mental training that has been widely practiced for millennia, however it’s only recently that science and clinical practice have discovered the profound potential of mindfulness-based practices for increasing our well being.
Our tendency to not be fully present in life has vast implications. Being unmindful means wasting our lifetime, missing important information, increasing our risk of physical and social accidents and communicating more superficially with other people. Importantly, it makes us unhappier than we realise and vulnerable to stress and poor mental health. By focusing on what is rather than be distracted by what isn’t mindfulness can make us much calmer, happier and healthier beings.
Mindfulness for Life is the only book you will ever need on mindfulness. It shows you how to apply mindfulness techniques to your own life whether you need help with medical conditions, personal development or spiritual development. Chapters are included on: stress and ageing, anxiety, depression, addiction, attention deficit orders, pain, weight management, eating disorders, heart disease and stroke, cancer, dementia and sleep; lifestyle, education, workplace, parenting and sporting enhancement; and self-actualisation, happiness and enlightenment development.
About the Author
Dr Stephen McKenzie has over twenty years of experience in researching and teaching a broad range of psychological areas. He is currently a lecturer and research fellow at Deakin University’s School of Psychology, where he is investigating mindfulness as a clinical treatment. Dr Craig Hassed is an internationally recognised expert in mindfulness who has been instrumental in promoting mindfulness as a simple and accessible technique for enhancing wellness, preventing and managing illness, and improving performance within health, educational and corporate settings. He is the founding president of the Australian Teachers of Meditation Association.
About the Event
Zenon Education is holding a speech night with the author Dr Stephen McKenzie for its families and the community. This event is the first of a series which falls under the wider topic introduced by Zenon Education in 2016 for the first time titled “Positive Education“. In order to participate please email Zenon Education with your name. More details below:
Event Date & Time : Friday 17th June 6.30-7.30pm
Interested? Reserve your seat now !