[Geanuleerd] workshop met Saki Santorelli: Mindfulness als Geneesmiddel
Wij verwachten een alternatief met Saki Santorelli te kunnen aanbieden in juni 2021.
Mindfulness als Geneesmiddel
Mindfulness in Geneeskunde
met Saki Santorelli
Workshop & Publieke Lezing
in het Engels.
Workshop is kosteloos voor Leden
ter viering van 8e verjaardag vzw MOMENT
Scroll verder voor een Biografie van Saki en
de intenties van deze workshop in zijn eigen woorden.
LEDEN vzw MOMENT nemen kosteloos deel aan de workshop,
u betaalt alleen 20€ bijdrage voor lunch en koffie/thee op
Bankrekening Triodos BE 60 5230 8063 5670
Aanmelden door een e-mail te sturen naar: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bijdrage € 120 inclusief catering.
Aanmelden via https://ppw.kuleuven.be/ppwcontinuo/aanbod/heal-thy-self
Publieke Lezing Maandag 29 juni 2020 16u00
Arenberg Kasteel, KU Leuven.
Bijdrage 20€ inclusief receptie.
Aanmelden via https://ppw.kuleuven.be/ppwcontinuo/aanbod/heal-thy-self
EXTRA Optie!! Uitzonderlijke kans in België
1 - 4 juli 2020 te Wavre
Training Retraite INQUIRY met Saki Santorelli
Dit seminar vindt plaats in het ENGELS.
Georganiseerd door L’institut Pleine Conscience (IPC),
gesticht door Gwénola Herbette, Ph.D.
De intenties van de 29-juni-2020 workshop in Saki Santorelli's eigen woorden:
"Gesture of Intimacy:
Exploring the Foundational Dimensions of MBSR"
Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) is an invitation to become intimate with our existence in all its variability and dimensionality. Derived from the Latin: intima, intimacy is “what is deepest and inner most.”
This full day workshop will revolve around the intimacy of mindfulness practice and, by extension – MBSR. Together, we will experientially explore seven foundational dimensions of MBSR and other authentic mindfulness-based programs. Each of these dimensions springs from the heart. Gestures of the awakened heart, together they create a dynamic holding environment for healing that is the hallmark of MBSR.
If our intention is to relieve suffering and to be of use to humanity, embodying this intention requires us becoming increasingly intimate with the joys and sorrows of life – to know how they live and express themselves within us and in our relationships with others. As students and teachers of MBPs, the workshop will offer you an opportunity to: 1) practice mindfulness as it unfolds within the context of MBSR, 2) investigate and become increasingly intimate with the realm of heart and its essential place within the MBP classroom, 3) cultivate warmth, stability and love when facing difficult times in your own life and in the lives of those with whom you work, and 4) begin to recognize and trust the fierceness and wisdom of the insight of the heart.
In the good company of one another, we’ll practice mindfulness in all its forms, engage in an ongoing conversation through structured and spontaneous forms of dialogue, drink in great poetry, and, maybe, allow ourselves to be moved and shaken, drenched and opened into living more fully in the midst of stress, change, and uncertainty.
It is our suffering, our broken heart, that gives us
insight into the suffering of others. Not pity but sharing
in the suffering ourselves because we, too, have known
sorrow and loss. The extraordinary thing is that the insight
of the heart is the magic that unleashes talents and
potentialities within people that have been blocked as a result of their suffering.
- Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan
De workshop maandag 29 juni 2020 te Leuven zal uitgebreid gelegenheid bieden voor oefenen en uitwisselen/ vragen/ antwoorden.
Saki zal putten uit zijn boek
"Heal Thy Self"
(Het wonder van genezing).
Het is echter niet nodig
dit boek te hebben gelezen voor
een waardevolle ervaring
van deze workshop.
BIO Saki Santorelli
Saki Santorelli – Biosketch
Saki F. Santorelli, EDD, MA is an educator, meditation teacher, writer, and pioneer in integrating meditation and mindfulness into medicine, health care and the broader society. In 2017 he retired as executive director of the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society, director of the internationally acclaimed Stress Reduction Clinic – the place of origin of mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) - and professor of medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
His entire forty-year career in medicine and healthcare has been oriented around the integration of mindfulness into public health fueled by an abiding trust in the innate brilliance and nobility of human beings. He has plumbed the nature of the healing relationship by working with thousands of medical patients, educating and mentoring generations of medical students, healthcare professionals, educators, and researchers of mindfulness and MBSR. Through his vision and leadership the Center for Mindfulness transmitted the ethos, practice, teaching, and science of mindfulness to individuals and organizations around the world.
Founding Oasis Institute in 2001, he formalizing and extending the pioneering professional education programs of the Center for Mindfulness focused on educating healthcare professionals to become MBSR teachers. He and his colleagues did the hard work of developing curricula that integrated experiential and didactic pedagogy with classical mindfulness meditation retreat training. They created admission standards, competency assessment criteria, and in-depth, life enhancing educational formats and support structures for more than 19,000 healthcare professionals from eighty countries. In 2003, Dr. Santorelli founded and, for twelve years, chaired an annual scientific conferences on mindfulness entitled, Investigating and Integrating Mindfulness into Medicine, Health Care and the Society while establishing, in parallel, the John and Maria Kluge Translational Research Symposium on Mindfulness.
Intent on creating greater access to authentic mindfulness training while networking and supporting a global mindfulness and MBSR community, under the banner of the Center for Mindfulness’ leadership and workplace initiatives, he pioneered mindfulness retreats and worksite programs for leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs. Furthering this initiative, for five years he co-developed and taught Cultivating Leadership Presence through Mindfulness to executives at General Mills and more than thirty other Fortune 100 and 500 companies and non-profit organizations. He established the annual Fall Teaching Institute at the Center for Mindfulness expanding face-to-face, online, and blended MBSR programs to individuals and learning communities on six continents. In 2015, he Chaired an international conference entitled, Meeting the World: Exploring the Ethics, Values, and Responsibility of Bringing Mindfulness into Society, establishedCommonGood, the Center’s MBSR global affiliates network and formally launched the Center’s Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Initiative aimed at creating greater access to MBSR for underserved, underrepresented people and communities.
A long-time student in the both the Sufi lineage of Hazrat Inayat Khan and the insight meditation lineage of Theravada Buddhism, Saki’s teaching is focused on the unfolding of consciousness and the attuning of the heart. He is a Senior Fellow of the Mind and Life Institute, Fellow of the Fetzer Institute and founding member of the Consortium of Academic Health Science Centers for Integrative Medicine. He teaches, writes, and presents and leads retreats internationally and is the author of Heal Thy Self: Lessons on Mindfulness in Medicine now translated into thirteen languages.
Alvast een proeve ervaren van de gedachtenwereld van Saki Santorelli?
Hier twee recente artikelen van zijn hand:
gepubl. in: Current Opinion in Psychology 2019, 28:257–261
Het artikel eindigt met "The most powerful force in the universe is love. Love begets harmony. Harmony begets beauty. There is such beauty in the world. To be touched by it, we have to see and feel beauty. We have to begin to know it intimately and then give it away. Then, bowing deeply to the source of beauty, everything will begin to reveal its beauty to you. Then, you’ll begin to know the beauty of all the people you’ll ever serve in your MBSR courses, and see through them a glimpse of your beauty. Then, quietly, without fanfare, the ‘beauty you love will be what you do.’"
gepubl. in: Current Opinion in Psychology 2019, 28:252–256
De laatste alinea kijkt vooruit naar de toekomst van trainer opleidingen, "MBSR teacher education is serving a vital need for people in a world too busy, too distracted, and too disconnected for its own wellbeing. No doubt, MBSR as a form will have its time and, one day, will transform into something else. ....