Transforming Lives Through Mindfulness
A Conversation and Practice with Joseph Goldstein
A Benefit for Mindful Schools
Join Us Online: Sunday, June 23, 2019 @ 10:00am-11:00am PT
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About This Event
Mindful Schools is thrilled to welcome esteemed meditation teacher, Joseph Goldstein, for a live online event, as a benefit for Mindful Schools. Having practiced consistently for 40 years, Joseph is a foundational leader in the modern mindfulness movement who has helped thousands of students to practice, oftentimes at pivotal moments in their lives. He will share ways in which mindfulness practice can offer a rich and fertile ground from which one can cultivate a life that supports awareness, creativity, empathy, and authenticity, opening up to the full range of what it means to be alive. With his voice of encouragement, curiosity, and steadiness, Joseph will provide insight into building a consistent practice that will not just support you, but also the young people you teach.
We invite you to join us for the rare opportunity. All proceeds from this event will help Mindful Schools bring mindfulness to classrooms that need it the most. Help support this work: guiding teachers, students, and whole school ecosystems to cultivate resilience, compassion, focus, and self-awareness! We thank Joseph from the bottom of our hearts for generously offering this event as a gift to help raise funds for Mindful Schools.
Your generosity helps to provide scholarships for teachers, free resources for the community, and mindfulness programs for underserved schools. Register here and make a tax-deductible donation if you feel so moved.
At this special benefit event, you will have the opportunity to:
- Practice with one of the world’s leading teachers and experts on mindfulness
- Ask Joseph Goldstein your practice questions
- Get a glimpse into the benefits of having practiced for over 40 years!
- Strengthen your personal practice and your capacity to model mindfulness for students
Following this event, you will receive a recording of the conversation and practice with Joseph.
Meet Our Teacher: Joseph Goldstein
First introduced to mindfulness meditation practices himself while working as a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand in 1965, Joseph Goldstein dove deeply into study and practice before bringing what he learned abroad back home to the United States. Joseph co-founded the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts with Sharon Salzberg and Jack Kornfield. He has been leading insight and loving-kindness meditation retreats worldwide since 1974. He is the author of several publications such as: Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Awakening; A Heart Full of Peace; Insight Meditation: The Practice of Freedom and The Experience of Insight.
This event is a fundraiser for Mindful Schools. Your generosity helps to provide scholarships for teachers, free resources for the community, and mindfulness programs for underserved schools. Register here and make a tax-deductible donation if you feel so moved.
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How do I join the LIVE event? When you register, you will receive call-in instructions to join the video conference call.
What if I can’t attend the LIVE event? If you’re unable to attend the live event, you may still register to access the recording and resources 2 days after the event.
I’m unable to participate, but still would like to support Mindful Schools. Make a gift to Mindful Schools here, and help us bring mindfulness to more students, educators and classrooms to cultivate resilience, compassion, focus, and self-awareness.
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About the Mindful Schools
Mindful Schools is a nonprofit organization that empowers today’s educators to create healthy, thriving schools. We’ve trained over 50,000 teachers and education professionals from more than 100 countries who are dedicated to revolutionizing today’s learning environments with mindfulness.
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Our research-backed training empowers educators–teachers, counselors, principals, parents–with resources, strategies, and support to develop a mindfulness practice. They are able to cultivate key qualities such as self-awareness, emotional resilience, and compassion, and then share the practice and benefits with their students.