Working with your Attention Distance Learning Program

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(A digital version of Life is a Matter of Attention is included with all orders!)

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Working With Your Attention
April 12 – May 12, 2018

Please join us for our annual attention program!!

This month-long adventure offers an ingenious way of enhancing mindfulness, solving problems, and revitalizing your life. We will provide you with the tools, structure and support to develop greater mindfulness in your personal and professional life. Each day of the month you will work with your attention in a deliberate, focused, and interesting way.

The program is taught by Gregg Krech, Director of the ToDo Institute.

In addition to the experiential component of the program, you will have support materials to study and enjoy, and the opportunity to interact with a global community of people who are also studying and exploring the issue of attention in their lives.

The program includes online resources, as well as the audio book, Life is a Matter of Attention by Gregg Krech. A CD of the audio book is an additional $10 (+s/h to International addresses).

(If you already have Life is a Matter of Attention, we are providing RAPT: Attention and the Focused Life by Winifred Gallagher, as an alternative. Please make your selection below.)

 

 

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Membership/Alumni Status

Nonmember, Member, Nonmember Alumni, Member Alumni

Additional Book Selection

Rapt by Winifred Gallagher, Life is a Matter of Attention CD, No Additional Book

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