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This is a group for anyone on the queer and trans spectrum who would like a safe place to learn and practice mindfulness. Offerings will evolve based on need and participation level, and will include introductory classes, longer 8-week more intensive courses, and daylong retreats. Some groups may include art making offerings, but this will be clearly stated in descriptions. Mindfulness practitioners learn how to cultivate awareness by practicing specially developed mindfulness meditation practices which include meditation and can also include movement practices. Mindfulness has been found to benefit some individuals dealing with ADHD, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, stress, fatigue, anger, headaches, high blood pressure, PTSD, sleep problems, and more, however, mindfulness takes practice and commitment and is not a ‘cure’. Being mindful can make it easier to savor the pleasures in life as they occur, help you become fully engaged in activities, and create a greater capacity to deal with adverse events. Many practitioners report greater resiliency and deeper self-compassion

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Mindfulness Meditation Practice and Conversation

Cathedral Park Place

Mindfulness Meditation Practice and Conversation

Cathedral Park Place

Mindfulness Meditation Practice and Conversation

Cathedral Park Place

Mindfulness Meditation Practice and Conversation

Cathedral Park Place

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