Changing Our Perspective and Awareness: A Book Study @ Westbank
As life brings its inevitable ups and downs, whether they be large or small, learn how to bring new awareness and perspective to these changes in this weekly book group facilitated by Elizabeth Hosington. We will start with Pema Chodron’s When Things Fall Apart - Heart Advice for Difficult Times. Participants are encouraged to buy their own book to have to read/write in; however Westbank Library will have some copies available on loan. We encourage you to come every week, but also feel free to drop in as your schedule allows.
Chapters listed weekly:
- May 5: Chapter 12
- May 12: Chapter 13
- May 19: Chapter 14
- May 26: No Meeting
Elizabeth is a meditation facilitator, dedicated to assisting people in the journey of mindfulness. She has practiced meditation for the past 17 years, facilitates a weekly mindfulness meditation at the Westbank Library, Mindful Eating Workshops at the YMCA, in addition to yearly Children's Mindfulness Programs in local Austin. Some former clients include The Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, Freescale, Central Health, and various health facilities.
Elizabeth brings mindfulness meditation into the workplace as well as having a private practice in Austin, where she works with clients on an individual basis. Elizabeth attended the University of Santa Monica, receiving a Masters in Spiritual Psychology. Prior she attended the University of Colorado receiving a Bachelors of Fine Arts. Additionally Elizabeth has been through the 8-week University of Massachusetts/MBSR (Mind-Based Stress Reduction) Course, and Certified through the Mindful Schools for K-12.