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Sunday September 18,7: Half hour drop-in meditation on Tuesday September 20, 8 — 8: Sunday drop-in Meditation 7: Break for chat and tea 7: Introduction to Mindfulness through exploration and sensation. All are welcome to either or both of these events.
Some exploration using mystery objects will be included. Mindful exploration using the senses will be used to illustrate mindfulness, in a light, fun way.
Mindfulness is not about denial, but about exploring what is actually already here. It can lead us to profound enjoyment of everyday activities, such as sensations of touch, warmth and smell.
Robotic activities take on new meaning and pleasure when approached as an explorer, discarding the stories we weave around them. We use it this Sunday as a light way to introduce mindfulness to a wide audience.
Mark Williams is a leader in the science of mindfulness and making mindfulness accessible to a wide audience. We will show the last 25 min of the youtube video of his delightful public introduction to mindfulness as a warm up for Fall skip the ad at the beginning: Find a time where you can meditate in whatever way you choose, perhaps bringing attention to your breath or body.
Then bring attention to your chosen object.
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Tracing its outline, like an explorer tracing valleys in a newly discovered land. Smell it, take in its colors. Then return to gently cradling it in your awareness, enjoying it a little piece at a time. Knowing that this activity can be repeated endlessly. We will provide objects for the mindfulness explorations.
Our meditations are designed to be accessible to those who drop in occasionally. Those wanting to know more about integrating mindfulness into daily life, can benefit from our Sunday Discussions.
These topics are presented in a self-contained way and will be posted on our website usually by the previous Wednesday:Sensation refers to the process of sensing our environment through touch, taste, sight, sound, and smell. This information is sent to our brains in raw form where perception comes into play.
Perception is the way we interpret these sensations and therefore make sense of everything around us. Preparation H is a brand name over-the-counter (OTC) medication used to treat hemorrhoids..
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The differences between sensation and perception are based around the fact that sensation is a physiological process stemming from one of the five senses, sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. These senses enable us to detect stimuli in the environment.
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A scale ranging from grade 2 (normal sensation) to grade 0 (absent sensation) reflects the patient’s responses to wound manipulation, palpation of an underlying deformity, and/or evaluation of the difference between light touch sensation with the patient’s hands compared to the feet.