Left Bank Talks and Discussion Evenings – coming up

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From Nat and Alan:

A new initiative! “Mindfulness in the Time of Covid“. A session that will provide a way of coping with Covid through mindfulness, giving you the opportunity to nurture your resilience.

This Mindfulness Space is open to all those wishing to benefit from learning to manage the daily concerns and uncertainties we are living with. Mindfulness helps us to be more resilient, engaging both the mind and the body, it provides us with the space to be at ease with ourselves, to cope as best we can with the challenges we are currently dealing with.

The sessions will take up to 50 minutes, one day a week, from 7.30pm to 8.30pm on Tuesdays and will be via Zoom. Each session will be led by Franca Lane, a Mindfulness Teacher, working in schools, the NHS and MBCT-Spain. Franca has a background of working in mental health (both charities and the NHS) and has been practicing mindfulness since the 1990’s.

Next session Tuesday 2nd June 7.30pm https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89412351873?pwd=UFhKcnBFYUs0em1IamtXQ3VacE5Mdz09 Meeting ID: 894 1235 1873 Password: 045982 

(Wednesday 3 June 2020 7.30pm. A Discussion Evening topic has yet to be determined – planning in progress.)

Wednesday 10 June 2020 7.30pm. The 5th of our “Here, Now and Beyond” series focusing on the effects of the Corona virus. We will have Rob Thistleton as our guest speaker who will give a presentation about the importance of religion and spirituality post Covid. How can we use this opportunity to create a less materialistic more humanistic world to follow this pandemic.

Wednesday 17 June 2020 7.30pm. The 2nd in our series “High Town and beyond” where we discuss the high street as not just an economic retail area but also as a vital invaluable social hub. More details on these to follow.

For several weeks now there has been Storytelling for adults, Thursdays, and Children, Fridays, some details are included in previous posts – click here for details.

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