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Discover Being Real with Ireland Mindfulness

What’s today looking like so far? Alarm, snooze, breakfast, shower, phone calls, traffic, e-mails, clients, texts, argument, meetings, Facebook, bosses, commute, supermarket, cook, eat, drink, sleep, repeat. All the while thinking “This isn’t the life I planned.”

Is that the real you? Is this life so ordinary even real or meaningful? Hmmmm...

Well, let me tell you a secret - life in the Western World is designed to frazzle your brain and disconnect you from your soul. If stress is the religion of the west, then the Kalyana Mindfulness Centre is the antidote to all this madness! 

You see, almost everything you know is a man-made construct or manifestation of your own perception. Ancient Hindu texts called it 'Maya' - the illusion, and with this mind-blowing concept in mind, this year's KMC is 'Being Real' where Swiss-born Eva Bruha will be conducting a week-long course for those who are willing and happy to practice silently investigating 'What's Real'. 

Where can I peacefully discover to Be Real?

Imagine a place where you could truly, finally connect with the real you. Imagine learning indoor and open-air, formal sitting and walking meditation, sound awareness, mindful movement plus further nourish your soul with long walks along the rugged Irish coast on the Wild Atlantic Way. Now let’s turn that vision into a reality...

The 'Being Real' retreat takes place at Mount Brandon Hostel in County Kerry. With 25 years experience, Eva will be your host and her Mindfulness Meditation and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction techniques are guaranteed to help un-frazzle your brain.

Meditation, yoga or any act of soul-cleansing is painted as a quirky middle-class luxury, but trust me, these are the bare necessities of life...

What do you want tomorrow to look like?

In short:

  • Learn all the skills you need to unfrazzle your mind
  • Learn to be calm with Mindfulness Meditation
  • Discover the real you as you peacefully be real!
  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction techniques
  • Tranquil Irish setter setting
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