Stillness in the Storm – Tools for coping with fear and uncertainty – Online Sunday Talk
We live in a world of change and uncertainty but presently it’s as if a storm were raging around us, churning up feelings of anxiety and fear and making it difficult to respond resourcefully to our own needs and those of others.
Join us for an afternoon of self- discovery and journey into stillness as Neville Hodgkinson discusses the book with the Authors Dr Sarah Eagger (MB,BS, FRCPsych) and Jan Alcoe (DHypPsych (UK)).
Stillness in the Storm is new book published by the Janki Foundation, that is focused on raising spiritual awareness within healthcare. This unique book offers 7 self-help tools for coping with fear and uncertainty in challenging times, drawn from a broad range of positive psychology therapeutic and spiritual models and approaches. With short meditations and visualisations, the book guides us to discovering ‘stillness in the storm
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Dr Sarah Eagger (MB,BS, FRCPsych) is Chair of the Janki Foundation. She worked for 30 years in the NHS as a consultant psychiatrist and honorary senior clinical lecturer in the department of Psychological Medicine, Imperial College, London, and also worked in private practice for 15 years. As a practitioner of Raja Yoga meditation for over 40 years and a certified Mindful Self Compassion teacher, she is an advocate of a values-based approach to healthcare – one that embraces peace, love, positivity and compassion for the benefit of oneself and others.
Jan Alcoe (BSSc PsychHons, DHypPsych(UK)) is publishing and training adviser to the Janki Foundation and has a background in writing and publishing in health and social care. She is trained in clinical hypnotherapy and has written two previous Janki Foundation self-help guides based on her professional experience and from coping with personal, serious illness, Lifting Your Spirits and The Heart of Well-being. She co-edited the self-development programme Values in Healthcare: a spiritual approach for the Janki Foundation. Jan has retained a lifelong interest in positive psychology, the power of the mind-body connection and spirituality in healing, and was a past vice-chair of the British Holistic Medical Association.
Neville Hodgkinson is a writer and journalist who worked as medical and science correspondent of several national newspapers in the UK, including The Sunday Times, Sunday Express and Daily Mail. He also began training with the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University with whom he has now been a student for thirty-eight years. He has lived and worked at their Global Retreat Centre in Nuneham Park, six miles south of Oxford, for the last eleven years.
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