Group Coaching for Mindful Earthkeepers
If You Want to Live a Longer Happier Life . . .
Find a Supportive Community.
Join the Earthkeepers Corner.
I created the Earthkeepers Corner program because in my years of sustainability work, I have seen so many different ideas on how to live green, with most of the focus on preventing disaster or apocalypse.
There's not as much as focus on what we need to do to live mindfully to create a better vision of the future. While there is no cookie cutter approach to this, there are ways that living mindfully creates more ease in your day and more joy, and allow you to accomplish more in your life and work.
My Earthkeepers Corner program might be for you if:
You like the ideas that I share on how to live more mindfully
You would like to explore mindfulness with someone else, without having to join a religious order
You need to improve your brain and body health as you age
You're want to create or expand your meditation practice
You know that you need to add mindfulness in your day, and could use some help to get started
Feel like my ideas and program are a good fit with what you're seeking
Want to make progress transforming your sustainable vision into reality
Included with the Earthkeepers Corner are weekly training videos and Mindful Earthkeeping Checklists.
While I create trainings around monthly themes that fit into an overall structure of seasonal change, you can join this program at any time.
It takes dedication and knowledge to live mindfully . . . in the Earthkeepers Corner we're practicing a long-term process of healing and mindfulness.
You may know that mindfulness practices are good for your brain, your heart and your overall well-being.
Did you know that different types of meditation help you in different ways?
In each season of the Earthkeepers Corner program, I teach you how to work with the five mindfulness practices that are particularly useful for mindful earthkeepers:
Shamata meditation - the most basic, powerful meditation
I teach these mindfulness practices because they are scientifically proven to improve health and wellness.
Every season, I also create additional practices outside of these five basic practices. You can listen to some of these recorded guided meditations.
These are the requirements for using the Slow Down to Restore training:
Ability to use Zoom software for our weekly calls
A relatively quiet place for mindfulness practice every week
An open mind about meditation, restorative living and how fast change occurs
Ten minutes each week to attend a Saturday session
You do not need a meditation cushion for our sessions, but you can use one. We practice mindfulness with the assumption you're in a seated position using a chair.
I don't recommend meditation for those with post traumatic stress disorder, or other psychological conditions which could be harmed by meditation. Meditation can be too intense for some people. Trust yourself on whether that part of our weekly session would be helpful to you or not.
What Do You Need to Get Started?
This weekly program helps you to get focused on making changes that are restorative to you and our greater world.
To help you succeed this year, you receive:
Weekly group coaching every Saturday morning at 9am CST
A powerful monthly Zoom class with Karen once per month
Weekly video to help you implement mindful earthkeeper practices
Free access to the Seasonal Virtual Retreats
This is an experiential program that helps you implement your ideas.
The price for this transformative training is $300 per year if you buy the yearly program (two free months), or $35 per month.
What You Receive
Mindfulness practices connect us with the love that creates the universe. The practice of daily mindfulness including meditation -- returns us to the eternal every day to watch all that changes in your life, and notice what remains constant.
We are also assisted by mindfulness as we discover the power of being present in this world and be a witness to the beauty, the tragedies and miracles of life on earth.
When we slow down to restore our deep connection to all that is, we find an eternal kindness that is always present.
Karen Powers Wan