Do you get easily stressed or confused? Does your mind keep wandering? Do you find it hard to concentrate? In all of these cases, you would benefit from becoming more mindful, and more present in the moment at-hand. This awareness is positively brilliant! By bringing together the essence of spiritual practices and ideas from neuroscience, and the practical experiences from your workplace, this brief video e-course identifies and explains the positive benefits of mindfulness. In a simple and accessible way, Dr. Keith Beasley’s “Mindful Presence” e-course helps you to reconnect to your own core wisdom, and share your calmness.
Your guide and BodyMind Institute faculty member for this brief video e-course is Dr. Keith Beasley, PhD. He bring to our institute a unique blend of gentle intellectual understanding, scientific and deep connections, and practical training support. Dr. Beasley is talented to prevent himself from using excessive jargon or too many confusing details. In this course, Dr. Beasley distills his professional career research and personal experience and research into his lessons and points. He believes that humans have the ability to “Just Be!” You will learn what presence is, and gain an understanding of how “it” affects your life and abilities to create opportunities.
“I feel as if I am looking at the world with my eyes wide open. Feel very elated and would recommend the course and your teachings to anyone.” Testimonial from “S.N.”
Dr. Keith Beasley, PhD has a rare background that makes him uniquely placed as a Visionary for the BodyMind Institute. Following 17 years as a Quality and Reliability expert working on state-of the art electronics, he retrained as a Reiki Master/Teacher, eventually running retreats in the mountains of the Algarve in Portugal.
More recently he has completed his PhD from Bangor University in North Wales (UK) on ‘Transcending Thought’. These studies confirmed what his engineering and holistic health phases had indicated: that there is far more to ‘knowing’ than we can get from conventional learning.