How To Treat Depression With Mindfulness Meditation
What you'll learn
- You will learn how to use natural methods to relieve the symptoms of depression!
- What is the definition of depression?
- What is mindfulness?
- How can learning to "be" in the present moment alleviate depression
- There are no course requirements. All that is needed is an open mind.
- A quite place to sit.
Beautifully shot in Paris, London, Manhattan, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, "How To Treat Depression With Mindfulness Meditation" contains six talks and six easy meditations that will give you natural and practical tools to alleviate stress, cultivate peace of mind, and alleviate the symptoms of depression.
In this course you will learn what the clinical definition of depression is, how that definition has evolved over time, why your mind clings to negative thoughts, and how you can use meditation to gain fresh perspectives life and make healthier happier choices everyday.
Additionally, there is a section on Attachment Theory that many people find fascinating because scientific studies have shown that our connections and the way we "attach" to other people correlates strongly with our happiness. Thus, Attachment Theory can shine a light onto our relationship dynamics that we can then adjust in order to show up authentically in relationships and stop pushing people away from us.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for people who want to better regulate their moods.
- This course is not for people who have been diagnosed by a psychiatrist as psychotic, severely depressed, or suicidal.
Ira Israel is the author of “How To Survive Your Childhood Now That You’re and Adult: A Path to Authenticity and Awakening,” which is endorsed by Sting, Reverend Michael Beckwith, Marianne Williamson, Jack Kornfield, Shauna Shapiro, Warren Farrell, Katherine Woodward Thomas, Jai Uttal, Joanne Cacciatore, Lorin Roche, Fred Luskin and many many others. He teaches workshops on happiness, mindfulness and authenticity at Esalen and Kripalu and has written over 300 articles on psychology, philosophy, Buddhism, yoga, film, art, music & literature for The Huffington Post, Good Men Project, Mind Body Green, Thrive Global, Medium and many other websites. Ira is an NLP Master Practitioner who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and has graduate degrees in Psychology, Philosophy, and Religious Studies.