Meditatio 

A real 'restart' of your brain that melts habitual and crystallized mental patterns and reconstructs other more elastic, more receptive, more powerful

Mindfulness is a term that defines the state of fullness achieved through meditation. That is, a powerful tool for the development and realization of your human potential.

It is scientifically proven that meditation acts on your brain synapses and on the production of endorphins, sharpening intuition and raising happiness. And there is no doubt that when you feel good about yourself, you are doing wonderful things.

The Mindfulness teachers of the Academy are exceptional because they have a long experience of practice in the hermitages of the forest where the Theravada monks of the oldest and most original tradition reside.

You will study the mental and cognitive processes that are at the base of the the imaginal and archetypal approach to counseling.

The approach of the Academy is rooted in the field of imaginalism according to Jungian and post-Jungian theories, with a special reference to James Hillman and the theory of “Soul Making”.

Imaginal Mindfulness: this is how it works - OnLine or In Classroom.

 If you choose this path, by the end of the 9 months  course, you will achieve the  Imaginal Mindfulness Instructor Degree

To obtain the Imaginal Mindfulness Instructor degree, with the final registration to the Aiscon list, it is necessary to complete the 150-hour course.

The school is cyclical and you can start at any time of the year and recover it in the next one. Additionally, you can participate in individual seminars in the classroom.

The School is open to anyone, whatever their religious confession, ethnicity or social beliefs, since for a long time meditation is recognized as a laic path. It belongs to anyone who wants to improve their life experience. The presence of meditation also in business courses for managers should not be surprising.

Over a period of 9 months you will be an instructor of Imaginal Mindfulness, Graduated.

  • After the Degree

    The School of Imaginal Mindfulness offers you many opportunities.

    • Registration to AISCON. Italian-Swiss Counseling Association and operate as a Shamanic Yoga Instructor.

    • ECM Ministerial Credits.

    • AISCON Credits, ECP.
  • Let's recap School of Imaginal Mindfulness - OnLine or In Classroom.

    Duration 9 months

    150 hours of overall training divided into:

    • Urban Enlightment, intensive course in the classroom - Acquamarine module: focused on Mindfulness

    • Four online seminars of imaginary Mindfulness

    • Soul Perception Course

    • Participation in a meditative retreat or Summer School or classroom course dedicated to mindfulness, of at least 3 days

    • Bardo Tösgrol Course in which experiments, deepens  and perceives the "transit, or intermediate state" therefore the change from one state of being to another.

    • An online Yoga Integral seminar

    • The Diploma of Shamanic and Integral Yoga instructor

    • Post-diploma credits and certifications
  • Thematic Learning Unit - OnLine or In Classroom

    • Mindfulness, archetypal psychology and imaginal model

    • Sitting meditation (asana samadhi)

    • The importance of posture and the contemplation of immobility

    • Anapanasati

    • The various forms of attention to the breath

    • Contemplation of the body

    • Visualization of the body from the inside

    • Contemplation of emotions

    • Contemplation of the mind

    • Contemplation of the skeleton, the symbol of impermanence and non-attachment.

    • Meditations of Non-existence

    • Kasina meditations; meditation by means of an object

    • Chankamana, walking meditation

    • The Dhammapada and the knowledge of the elements

    • The application of meditation in group and individual sessions

    • Transvalutative training

    • Disidentification

    • Conscious attention

    • Absence of judgment

    • Let it be done

    • Transvaluation

    • The meaning-foundation

    • Body awareness

    • Awareness of sensations

    • Mind awareness

    • Awareness of the phenomena

    • Vipassana and Vidarshana

    • Body awareness

    • Awareness of the breath

    • Awareness of body positions

    • Awareness of the parts of the body

    • Awareness of the elements

    • Awareness of sensations

    • Mind awareness

    Awareness of material objects


  • Bibliography
    • Selene Calloni Williams, Mindfulness Immaginale, edizioni Mediterranee

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