‘Wellbeing & Meditation’ in the practice of law
Date(s) - 14/05/2015
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
WLANSW Newcastle Chapter with Guest Speaker: Chamundai Jackie Curran
“Mental health issues are a growing concern amongst the legal profession. In a field where the ability to consistently perform competently at a very high level is expected, most are, understandably, reluctant to admit to any vulnerabilities. This trend is not only confined to long-standing practitioners, but also affects law students completing their studies, as well as recent graduates entering the profession for the first time.” Tristan Jepson Memorial Foundation http://www.tjmf.org.au/
Chamundai Jackie Curran is a lawyer, spiritual teacher and healer, and expert in conflict resolution with more than 20 years experience in the law. She has been practising and teaching meditation for the past 10 years and now shares that experience in a practical way with the legal profession to bring better health and inner peace. Visit www.shantimission.org for further information.
Meditation can benefit you by:
- Better clarity of thinking, inspiration and creativity
- Improved memory
- Reduced stress and related illnesses
- Clearer communication
- Reduces depression and anxiety
- Brings sound sleep
- Improves confidence, performance and productivity
We hope you can join us for an evening of networking and inspiration. FREE – bookings essential.
Please visit their website http://www.newcastleclub.com.au/
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