Workshop in Toronto, June 9-10, 2012 weekend, 10:15 – 5:15
“Helping people to meditate better is a deep passion of mine. Using mindfulness and the human voice to understand the blocks really makes it easier and faster!” – Hugh
Hakomi is a method of assisted self-study and emotional healing based on the practice of loving presence, mindfulness, and the modifications of underlying ideas and rules that drive behaviour. This weekend workshop will use experiential exercise in mindfulness to explore how these ideas, attitudes or psychological beliefs (often unconscious) limit, interrupt or even rule out our ability to meditate.
This exploration will help clear the way to increased clarity, creativity, confidence and awareness of the present moment as well as support a more successful meditation practice.
Location: Xiaolan Health Centre, 88 Prince Arthur Ave., Toronto
The fee is $240 + HST (early bird discount) up to May 9 and $285 (+HST) if registered after May 9.
Facilitator Hugh Smiley, has studied and worked with Hakomi founder Ron Kurtz since 1979 and has studied and practiced meditation since the early ’70s. He has developed the Korason Method of Authentic Voice and Dialogue and taught in 9 countries. Recently Hugh has been studying flamenco singing in Toronto and Sevilla, Spain.
To register: please visit www.korasonmethod.com or call Hugh at 416-924-4941