Intention, Attention and Attitude
“A strong intention is like a rudder to navigate us through stormy seas”
~ Wendy O’Leary
The beginning of a new year often marks a time when we re-set our priorities, make resolutions and with a tinge of excitement begin the New Year. Rather than making New Year resolutions (that are often quickly broken), we can set a different tone by setting our intention. Setting our intention is so much more than goal setting. As a matter of fact, it is not about setting goals at all but rather about setting our path to determine how we relate to each moment. The disorientation that has occurred during this pandemic has taught us that often we can do nothing about much of what is unfolding. It is through our mindfulness practice that we can choose how we relate to each experience as life unfolds. Please join us to practice and discuss how we can create a spiritual practice around Intention, Attention and Attitude in 2022.
Mickie Brown RN, HN-BC is the Clinical Manager for Education, Mindfulness and Patient Well-being at the Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health and the World Trade Center Health Program at the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City. Having experienced the power of mindfulness and meditation in her own life, Mickie is passionate about sharing it with others. Mickie began teaching Mind-Body and Mindfulness practices at the World Trade Center Health Program in 2007 where she continues her teaching. She also teaches Mindfulness for Mount Sinai Calm (an employee wellness program) and Graduate Medical Education (faculty, fellows and residents). Mickie has provided Mindfulness and Mindful Leadership programs for corporate and not for profit clients where her programs allow participants to create pathways to improved work-life balance, stress reduction, communication and mindful leadership skills.