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The Role of Non-attachment in Well-being: Learning Why to Let Go and How to Do So

Attachments, created by the mind’s unconscious narratives, can create a significant source of stress for us. Attachments can cause us to cling to things that aren’t good for us and crave things we don’t have or can’t control. This lecture will address why this happens and we will also explore what we can do about, drawing upon a variety of different meditative practices that foster non-attachment. Specific meditative techniques will be taught and practiced to support your personal practice.

Investment: $22 (15% off for students, military, RYT, F&B)

This lecture will be given by Dr. Rhonda Swickert, PhD. Dr. Swickert is a professor and Associate Chair of the CofC psychology department. Her research interests are focused on factors that promote well-being and primarily revolve around mindful awareness.

This event is part of Still Soul Studio's ongoing lecture series about the psychological, neurological, and societal benefits of the meditation practice.

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