In February Peace Revolution, represented by Peace Architect Manuela Puscas, went to beautiful Budapest for the first time. Over 120 people of amazing diversity joined the events, from fifth graders and students to university professors, hypnosis and Gestalt therapists, yoga teachers, economists and other professionals, trainers, social workers and local NGO members.
The workshops were organized in partnership with: FDE (Federation for Higher Education- Felsőoktatási Diákszervezetek Egyesület), Central European University, Slow Budapest and hosted by H13 Incubator, CEU’s regular meditation group, Móricz Zsigmond Gimnázium and Magnet Haz Budapest.
The focus was on creating an open space to approach and learn about mindfulness and practice meditation.
The topics covered during the mindfulness and meditation workshops in Budapest were:
- introduction into meditation, how it helps with learning and focusing attention
- time and stress management and the connection with productivity and multitasking
- self-development and exploring one’s potential and creativity
- slowing down, mindfulness and meditation as key to happiness and freedom
People were very open about their experience with meditation. Many tried it for the first time. We shared about what we hope to learn and get from practicing mindfulness in terms of obstacles and awakening, life enriching experiences.
The common word after the meditation sessions was feeling very relaxed.
Peter: “Thank you for the session, it was just great. I still run with the energy I gained. See you all on Thursday!”
Bogyó: “Thank you! It was a great evening 🙂 It was the first time I meditated, I liked it a lot, it was very good and I will try again.”
We can emerge ourselves in calmness and softness right where we are without the need to pull ourselves from the world.
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