Thanks to the generosity of other mindfulness associations and of universities we are happy to offer links to additional resources other than those developed by eamba associations.
- Good Practice Guidelines – with Gratitude to our colleagues at BAMBA:
BAMBA – For Teaching Mindfulness-based courses
BAMBA – For Trainers of Mindfulness-Based Teachers
BAMBA – For Supervisors of Mindfulness-Based teachers
BAMBA – For Teaching in the Workplace
BAMBA – For Teaching People with Learning Disabilities
‘Mindfulness Network Community Friends’
Freely offers its resources to the eamba Community, check out
- April 22, 2022
Tristan Harris, The Battle for Our Attention: Technology, Mindfulness, and the Future of Humanity, recording.
20th Anniversary Bangor CfMRP Bangor University Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice
celebrated its 20th Anniversary in 2021 and shared a series of events featuring the centre’s pioneering work. Each event offered an opportunity to update current practice in a range of areas, and to gain a perspective on the evolving development process we are all part of. View here. It also provided an opportunity to launch the new ‘Essential Resources for Mindfulness Teachers’ book – which is an edited gathering of 20 years’ work by the Bangor University training team. The book brings together in one volume a wealth of resources to accompany the mindfulness-based teacher on their training journey. It will be also be a much-needed reference for established teachers.The recordings are available freely, however, a donation is welcomed to help improve Bangor’s support for mindfulness and compassion teachers.
- October, 2021
On mindfulness and climate change from the Oxford Mindfulness Centre
Responding to Climate Change, the role of Mindfulness and the Mindfulness Community recording.
The talk explores some of the root causes of the Climate Crisis (being disconnected from ourselves, from others and from nature) and how mindfulness and compassion practitioners are uniquely placed to restore those relationships. You can listen to this keynote via the OMC podcast.
- September-October 2021
“Deepening our practice: preparing the mind to embrace reality” a series offered by Philippe Goldin organised by Ola Schenström of the Swedish Mindfulnesscenter. The recordings of all four events can be accessed via the links below. nr 1. Equanimity practices – including “just like me” 21 September 2021, recording. nr 2. Self practices – including “Self across life span” and “Who are you?” or “Who am I?” 28 September 2021, recording. nr. 3 Interconnectedness practices 05 October 2021, recording nr. 4 Climate distress practices 12 October 2021, recording
- May 2012
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT): Implementation Resources
- 2012 & 2016
Summary Version of the Mindfulness-based Interventions Teaching Assessment Criteria (MBI:TAC)
Mindfulness-Based Interventions Teaching Assessment Criteria (MBI:TAC