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Deepening Mindfulness

An opportunity to refresh your skills and learn further inspiring ways to navigate through the complexities of life without getting drawn into the cycles of depression and anxiety, but enjoy your life more fully instead. Themes vary and take the needs of participants into consideration. Topics covered may include

-  how to establish and maintain a daily practise

-  accessing our capacity for compassion

-  bringing mindfulness into communication

-  transforming reactivity into empathy for self and other

-  balancing Taking in the Positive with Acceptance of what is painful

-  Use of creative expression; i.e. writing and drawing


If you have done an 8 week mindfulness course (anywhere), a deepening or refresher course or day workshop may be just what you need to find continuing support and further training.  Participants often value the sense of community that tends to emerge and come to these courses repeatedly.

If you cannot come to the first class or have to miss sessions, you can still book on a course.

Connecting from the Wise & Compassionate Heart

  a free 4-week Mindful Communication course with Ratnadevi

online and in-person

Thursdays 2 - 23 May, 11am - 1pm, at 472 Hub Maryhill Rd, G20 7BX

Booking essential: 

Mindfulness practice can make a big difference to our lives, imbuing our days with more positivity, spaciousness, kindness and choice. Often it is in our communication with others, that the ability to stay present and non-reactive is most tested.  We all long for harmony, mutual respect, understanding and fun, but when faced with conflict, we can easily find ourselves tensing up into reactivity. We lose confidence in staying true to our deeper values.  This course explores the common ground between mindfulness and compassionate communication with ourselves and others. There will be guided meditations, integrated with structured explorations based on Nonviolent or Compassionate communication (Marshal Rosenberg).


This workshop is open to people who have done some previous training in mindfulness.

Ratnadevi is a long-term practitioner of Nonviolent Communication. 


I was left with many things to think about. I enjoyed the pace of the day and the variety and I found Ratnadevi's  teaching style very encouraging and inclusive.

 Anne, Complementary Therapist & Yoga & Mindfulness Teacher.

I was inspired by Ratnadevi's way of simply holding the space and allowing what needs to be lived through by the participants. The joy of not having to fix anything was truly liberating - by staying in the moment and not chasing the story line down the rabbit hole to retrieve some catastrophic event - or more often than not, no such event - keeps us in the present moment, being with what’s alive now. 

Dawne Kowan, mindfulness teacher and transpersonal therapist

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