Thursday December 5th, 10am-4pm
Join Jeanie Seward-Magee, Dharma Teacher in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, either for one or both Days of Mindfulness at the LifePath Center at Rinconada de La Aldea 29, San Miguel.
This will be a wonderful day of mindful sitting and walking meditation, dharma talk, mindful (bring-your-own) vegetarian lunch and mindful tea with dharma discussion.
Give yourself a special treat and bring yourself into the precious present moment both joyfully and mindfully.
Cost: 200 pesos
Proceeds will be given to The Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation for the continuation of his mindful teachings).
How to register
Please contact Jeanie at email@example.com
About the facilitator
Jeanie has been a student of Thich Nhat Hanh (Thay, which means Teacher) for nearly twenty years. She founded, along with her husband, Mindfulness Practice Centers in Vancouver and Bermuda. She has facilitated at many mindfulness retreats, Days of Mindfulness and assisted monastics twice with the Children’s Mindfulness summer program in Plum Village (Thay’s home) in France. She was the main volunteer organizer of a Retreat for Thich Nhat Hanh in 2011 for 900 people and a public talk for 2,500 in Vancouver. She is now involved with the Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation Fund worldwide. In 2012 she received the Lamp of Wisdom from Thay to be a Dharma Teacher in his tradition. She is also member of the Order of Interbeing. She has written numerous articles for newspapers and two books on mindfulness practice. “A Mindful Way – Eight Weeks to Happiness” and “A Mindful Diet – Four Weeks to Eating Awareness”. She founded and was the hard working President of two successful employment agencies for twenty-five years in Toronto. She has a Degree in Social Work and is the mother of four children and now a grandmother to four grandchildren. She enjoys golf and skiing with friends and is a creative artist. She travels extensively with her husband, John, often giving mindful retreats, days of mindfulness and meditation sessions, when she is not living quietly on Bowen Island near Vancouver, B.C., Canada.