LifeHacks provides change agents with practical tools that help improve productivity and effectiveness in what can sometimes be stressful, chaotic or just plain busy work environments.
Just a couple days before Thanksgiving, we have focused this LifeHacks on the theme of gratitude, with a focus on how to bring simple practices more deeply into your daily action.
The event will be free for members of HUB Boulder and The Integral Center, $15 for the rest of the community.
Please register here, we look forward to seeing you!
MC: Greg Berry of HUB Boulder
Vince Horn, Chief Geek of Buddhist Geeks
Mind Hacking : Upgrading from Windows ME
We’ll explore how we can upgrade the operating system of the mind, moving from a self-referential way of knowing ourselves and the world to a center-less and transparent way of knowing. We’ll also practice a form of social meditation, which helps in the process of deconstructing self-referential processing, called sensory noting.
Marco Lam, Clinical Director of the Mandala Clinic
The Embodiment Hack: The Modern Immortal
What is the largest context of thousand year old herbal traditions in our modern time? Using ancient formulas of roots, leaves and strange creatures to support the immune system as we transition from Fall to Winter. Simple hacks to keep healthy with the holiday traveling, triaging herbal support for the common cold and how to use your health to springboard your deepest gifts.
Robert MacNaughton, Executive Director, The Integral Center
Artistry in Acknowledgement
Corey Kohn, COO, Dojo4
Wishing well for people, and related hacks to ground gratitude in the workplace.