I offer personal practice mentoring through the Mindfulness Network CIC.
The aim of personal practice mentoring is to support ongoing personal mindfulness practice within a secular framework and context, through one-to-one sessions, with an experienced mindfulness-based teacher/supervisor.
What is personal practice mentoring?
Practice mentoring provides an optional and enhanced focus on personal practice for all who wish to deepen their exploration of mindfulness practice in everyday life and work. It supports the process of reflection through a deepening inquiry into one’s ongoing formal and informal practice. It encourages exploration and discovery, and provides support and guidance where needed. It helps to keep practice engaged and alive, and supports skilful engagement with obstacles that may arise. The mentoring sessions provide a specific focus on inquiring into personal mindfulness practice within a secular context.
Phone or electronic platform-based sessions are arranged on a contracted basis with flexible intervals between the sessions (e.g. monthly, to allow time for practice and reflection). The content and framework for the sessions, including frequency of contact, and other practicalities (e.g. how often/ long/when) are arranged during an initial contracting session. It is fine to link with a mentor now and again or on a more regular basis.