Mindfulness For the Wandering Mind : Life-Changing Tools for Managing Stress and Improving Mental Health At Work and In Life
August 12, 2023 | 6:30pm - 8:30pm
This talk will offer unique insight on how you can focus your mind, become more resilient, respond better to conflict, and build stronger professional (and personal) relationships. It’s all possible when you begin to understand how your mind works and take control of this complicated mechanism. This talk will show you how to identify and close the “apps” that are constantly running in your own mind, so you can eliminate distractions and find greater peace and productivity in your daily life.
The speaker will shares his wisdom with you, revealing that, no matter what your external circumstances or environment, you can find the time and space to reflect and unlock the benefits of mindfulness.
- Reduce stress and anxiety by eliminating unnecessary distractions and closing unused “apps” in your mind
- Harness the principles of forgiveness, patience, compassion, and selflessness to improve work-life balance and mental health for yourself and your employees
- Break through the stigma surrounding mental health concerns and identify the obstacles that are keeping you from happiness and fulfilment
- Complete reflection questions and exercises to develop a deeper awareness of how your mind works?and what you can do to improve it
Mindfulness For the Wandering Mind is for anyone who is looking for a solution to the constant feelings overwhelm, distraction, and anxiety that plague us in today’s fast-paced, media-saturated world. Teach your brain how to block out the noise and find focus, and observe the radical transformation that mindfulness can make in your life.
Date: Saturday, Aug 12 @ 6:30 pm
Location: Havana, GCC, 750 Escondido Road, Stanford, CA
6:30 – 7:00 pm – Appetizers and Fresh green smoothy
7:00 – 8:30 pm – Talk on Mindfulness For the Wandering Mind
8:30 pm – Vegetarian Dinner & Networking
Pandit Dasa is a former monk, mindfulness expert, author and international keynote speaker who speaks to Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies. In his speeches, he emphasizes the concept that “self care is not selfish” and that we need to learn to “close the apps” in our mind otherwise we will feel drained and depleted. He provides practical tips on how we can become more resilient by better managing our emotional, mental and physical health so that we can be more focused and productive and be more present for our colleagues and family.
Pandit’s extensive 25 years of personal mindfulness practices allows him to expertly guide audiences through a variety of mindfulness breathing and focusing exercises, that leaves them feeling refreshed, relaxed and recharged.
Some of the organizations he has spoken to are Google, NASA, London Stock Exchange, IBM, Citibank, World Government Summit, Kellogg, Cadillac, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Nationwide Insurance, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, SHRM National Convention, Oracle and many others.
Location: Havana, Graduate Community Center