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Inner Skills for Sustainable Change, 18 June to 4 July 2024

Inner Skills for Sustainable Change, 18 June to 4 July 2024

This training series is designed to encourage personal growth to improve well-being. The course will integrate experiential learning, private reflection and insights from a range of disciplines and traditions, within a storytelling style. This uniquely blends powerful learning approaches creating a transformative experience.

Three dynamic themes run through the series:
Awareness: personal growth and well-being begin with awareness. This course explains how to develop a sense of detachment to observe thoughts and feelings without judgement, and extend awareness to others, nature and time.
Reflection: We explore our experience of the mind and how our thoughts relate to our feelings. We see how to ‘follow the story’ of our thoughts and reactions to understand them better.
Change: Using a simple framework, we gain a practical approach to changing habits of thought, feeling and action, so that awareness and reflection can be translated into greater personal growth and wellbeing.

Throughout the series opportunities for private reflection are created. To support this, practices such as meditation are introduced. No previous familiarity or interest in these practices is presumed.

The six workshops are:
1. Being for Beginners
2. The Monkey Mind
3. Creating and Changing Habits
4. Habits of Thought and Feeling
5. Connections
6. Naming and Thriving

Facilitator Biography

Roddy Bray is a successful presenter/facilitator who blends storytelling, experiential learning and private reflection with insights from a range of disciplines and traditions.
Roddy has pursued a lifelong interest in human nature and needs. He trained as an anthropologist at the University of Durham in the UK and the University of Cape Town as a postgraduate.
Roddy has a strong connection with the University of Oxford. In consultation with students and staff, he developed the Being for Beginners series to draw together useful insights from anthropology and other disciplines that bring greater well-being to life and work.
The series has proved very popular, with over 2000 participants taking part in workshops.
Roddy publishes a popular monthly reflection, Antidote Notes and, writes a wellbeing series published within organisations.

http://linkedin.com/in/roddybray/

 

Dates and times of training sessions – all online

Tuesday 18 June 2024, 10:30-11:30

Thursday 20 June 2024, 10:30-11:30

Tuesday 25 June 2024, 10:30-11:30

Thursday 27 June 2024, 10:30-11:30

Tuesday 2 July 2024, 10:30-11:30

Thursday 4 July 2024, 10:30-11:30

Address

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United Kingdom

Booking

4th July 2024

Email: kay.goodman@cranfield.ac.uk

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