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Sat, Sep 21


190 Academy Rd

September 21, 2019 :: Mindful Communication: The High Art of Relating to Ourselves and Others with Care

A one-day workshop retreat with Bill Morgan, PsyD and Susan Morgan, CNS

Registration is Closed
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September 21, 2019 :: Mindful Communication: The High Art of Relating to Ourselves and Others with Care

Time & Location

Sep 21, 2019, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

190 Academy Rd, 190 Academy Rd, North Andover, MA 01845, USA

About The Event

Join us for a day of exploration, guided practices of mindful communication and meditation, and lively discussion.

Initially we will attend to the ways in which we speak to ourselves. Are we kind and generous in our self-talk? Mindfulness helps us to see more clearly how we are relating to ourselves in the moment. One wise teacher often asked his students, “If you whispered in my ear everything you said to yourself today, would I have a good day?

Haven’t we all said things we regret and been spoken to in ways we found hurtful? Haven’t we each been disappointed when we were not listened to or felt judged? Skillful speech and deep listening require caring attention. To this end, we will learn and practice mindful communication during our time together.

Hosted by Great Pond Sangha

The Chapel at North Parish

190 Academy Rd. North Andover, MA

Suggested Donation $75.

Reduced for students & others w/ low income. No one turned away.

Pre-Registration until Sept 13th.

No registration at the door.

To register & for more info, contact Karen at

Bill Morgan, PsyD and Susan Morgan, CNS are long-standing mindfulness teachers and psychotherapists in the Boston area. They recently completed a four-year silent mindfulness retreat at the Forest Refuge in Barre, MA. They have been leading mindfulness and compassion retreats for the past 20 years and have both specialized in couples’ therapy in their private practice.

Bill is the author of The Meditator's Dilemma: An Innovative Approach to Overcoming Obstacles and Revitalizing Your Practice. He and Susan are board members of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy and contributing authors to Mindfulness and Psychotherapy.


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