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New Year's Mindfulness Toolkit

What’s Happening?

Would you like to . . .

. . . hone your ability to concentrate?
. . . derive more pleasure from everyday activities?
. . . feel less impacted by chronic or situational stress?

Whether you know it or not, you already have a mindfulness toolkit. It’s just a matter of unlocking it and picking up the tools. Join certified mindfulness coaches Nicoya Helm and Renee Anthony Dee to learn how. Classes are drop-in friendly, but we hope you can join them all!

Tuesdays Jan 12, 19, 26 and Feb. 2 from 7-8:30 pm Central Time.

By the course’s end, you’ll know:

  • The three attention skills of mindfulness
  • The key benefits of mindfulness
  • Which mindfulness tools suit which types of situations

And you’ll be able to:

  • Meditate with and without guidance
  • Strategically apply mindfulness tools to specific situations, including self-care, work, relationships, and daily activities
  • Make a mindfulness practice plan
  • Make a mindful self-care plan

Attending all four classes isn’t required, but it will maximize your toolkit!

Questions? Email

About The Organization
In 1996, four of Kansas City's most influential spiritual leaders came together to found a center dedicated to the practice of Western-style Buddhism. Ben Worth created the American Buddhist Center, which has become the Temple Buddhist Center, and is now under the direction of Victor Dougherty. Western-style Buddhism is a blend of Eastern philosophy and Western psychology. This new and exciting form of spirituality is dynamic, inclusive, active, and focuses on core Buddhist insights, mindfulness, meditation and their practical application in our daily life. The goal of TBC isn’t to get everyone to agree on ONE LINEAGE or PHILOSOPHY. Rather it’s on cultivating a SHARED EXPERIENCE of Mindfulness, Oneness, and LOVE. Whether we are chanting, meditating, building a flower mandala or sharing from the heart in any of our classes, recovery groups or focus sanghas, you are sure to find connection to the Dharma and ultimately your Buddha nature as we cultivate more happiness and less suffering, one breath at a time.
When & Where?
Tuesday, Jan 12, 2021 1:00pm
Tuesday, Feb 2, 2021 2:30pm
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