Join beanddo for the International Day of Yoga and help save humanity – 21 June
Tuesday, 21 June 2022
Join Mick and beanddo for this year’s International Day of Yoga.
This year we will be contributing to the eighth International Day of Yoga on 21st June 2022. The theme is ‘Yoga for Humanity’.
Our world is changing faster than ever before. Many are suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving in its wake a financial and geopolitical crisis, impacting on the unity of the world. War is back in Europe, authoritarian ideology is on the rise again, resulting in people being more anxious about what the future might hold. For many, the world looks broken, with people feeling divided, isolated and lost.
That’s why we’re seeing the expansion of yogic wisdom, techniques and practices everywhere now.
We know these tools can transform life for the better. We have to get back to them. Knowing how to centre and uplift yourself and connect to others will help us all to become one. So here is our invitation to join Mick for a very special live-online Modern Metta Meditation.
Join Mick 21st June 7.00pm (GMT)
What is Modern Metta Meditation?
This very special practice is based on the fact that at the quantum level we are all entangled, connected together inside a field of flowing, ever expanding love. The first part will consist of a simple Noticing practice to help you switch on a direct your Attention. The main meditation will be the Modern Metta Meditation which focuses on building Awareness and connection to your-Self, others and the world. Allow about an hour for the whole session.
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Read what others are saying about beanddo Modern Meditation
I’ve been into personal and professional development for years but something wasn’t clicking. I’m impatient, I’m committed to my goals, and I knew I could do better. It was frustrating. I liked beanddo’s practice from day 1. This is important. I didn’t go into it expecting a “boom” moment. It was just nice to sit inside my head and be still for a while. So I kept doing it.This is one of the things that differentiates beanddo Modern Meditation.
It’s so accessible. There are no abstract hippy concepts. The teachers provide clear instructions. They describe the sensations in the body and what to look out for. These are real things; the tingling sensation of directed attention and the space of growing awareness is universal. Ok, so this was a small “boom” moment: odd little thoughts and feelings that I was having are universal and important… Maybe I should listen to myself more often. So I did. After a few sessions, I noticed that my head was clearer.
I was more certain and confident in decision making. A lot of the unimportant noise that takes up brain space was falling away (god that was nice). I was generally in a better mood. Was it just the meditation? Who knows, but I kept on doing it. My creativity increased; ideas for work and personal projects came fizzing up. I can literally chart the change in my diary from the month following the practice. I’m not saying they were all great ideas but they got me excited about and doing stuff that I’d been in a rut with for ages.