Embodying Mindfulness with Rakhee Sharma

Find deep fulfilment and nourishment at work through mindfulness.

It’s time to embrace mindfulness to create a more harmonious, fulfilling workplace for yourself and your colleagues.

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8 x 2-hour sessions

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About this class

During the Embodying Mindfulness eight-part course, you’ll learn the practice of mindfulness and begin to realise its rewards. You’ll become more fully aware and awake, find balance and harmony at work and at home, and develop a more positive attitude that will support you through difficult and stressful situations.

This course is based on 3X3 pedagogy to bring the head, heart, and hand together. It encompasses three domains – self-awareness, connecting with others and reciprocity with systems – and uses three levels of learning – received knowledge, critical insights, and embodied understanding.

Embodying Mindfulness uses a combination of large and small group sessions where participants engage in mindful dialogues, reflective and contemplative practices, and an accountability partner system.

Why should I attend?

If life’s stressors are getting in the way of being able to derive meaning and fulfilment from your work and relationships, this course is for you.

You’ll learn how to practice mindfulness to create a more harmonious workplace for yourself and your colleagues, changing your experience of the world, and that of those around you, for the better.

You’ll leave this course with:

  • An understanding of mindfulness and how to use it to your (and others) benefit
  • An understanding of the nature of our mind and how to train it to bring a sense of deep fulfilment in what we do
  • Tools for managing mental and emotional hygiene and improving emotional intelligence
  • Greater internal awareness and awareness of your surroundings so you can better handle meetings and team interactions
  • A deeper understanding of systems thinking
  • A deeper level of gratitude and compassion so you can lead a happy workspace
  • The ability to slip into deep relaxation during a busy day
  • Tools such as mindful breathing and walking that will help you have a more balanced day
  • An ability to use mindfulness to deal with difficult people and events at work
  • An ability to manage difficult conversations
  • Enhanced focus for better work performance
  • An understanding of the impact of distractions and stress on our body and mind
  • An understanding of the significance of interconnectedness to build positive a culture in the workplace


What will I learn?

In Embodying Mindfulness, you’ll dive into the theory and practice of mindfulness and how to apply it in your own life, and crucially, at work for greater calm and harmony.

Each session includes a Gatha and practice song, and circle sharing.

  • Session 1
    • What is mindfulness? – awareness of here and now
    • How are we failing to be mindful and what impact is this having?
    • Neuroscience and mindfulness
    • A mindful bell
    • Introduction to mindfulness of senses
    • Attitude of mindfulness – beginner’s mind
  • Session 2
    • Introduction to mindful breathing
    • Introduction to breathing room
    • The Island of Self
    • Journey through the day
    • Attitude of mindfulness – non-judgment
  • Session 3
    • Open awareness meditation
    • Understanding the nature of your mind
    • Deep relaxation
    • The process of setting your intention and a good start of the day
    • Attitude of mindfulness – non-striving
  • Session 4
    • Guided meditation on resting in a moment of nurturance
    • Emotional hygiene – handling difficult emotions like anger and sadness
    • Differentiating between enabling and destructive emotions
    • Mindful walking
    • Evolutionary psychology and destructive emotions
    • What a peace treaty is and how to practice it
    • Attitude of mindfulness – acceptance
  • Session 5
    • Calm-ease meditation
    • Mindful movements
    • Mindful communication
    • Mindful meetings
    • Attitude of mindfulness – letting go
  • Session 6
    • Gratitude practice
    • Common humanity and interdependence
    • Systems thinking
    • Mindful eating
    • Attitude of mindfulness – gratitude
  • Session 7
    • Mindfulness of thoughts
    • 3 powers
    • 4 business models
    • 3 methods for nourishing happiness
    • Right livelihood
    • Attitude of mindfulness – patience
  • Session 8
    • Loving kindness meditation
    • Spiritual dimension of work
    • Co-responsibility
    • Collective awakening of the organisation and building a community
    • Attitude of mindfulness – trust and generosity

Your teacher

Rakhee Sharma believes in the ancient Indian philosophy of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbhakam” which means – “The world is one family”. Her intention is “Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu” which translates to – “May all beings be happy, may all my words, thoughts and actions contribute in some way in the happiness of all beings.”

She is passionate about bringing satisfaction and joy into people’s lives by coaching and facilitating them to explore and use the huge reservoir of untapped potential they possess. Her work is defined as a catalyst for the ‘human well-being and flourishing.’

Start today to spark a change in your life

Dive in to this TNM course to get the tools and mindset you need to live the life you want.

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