THE NEXT GLOW WEBINARS

Upcoming GLOW Webinar

20th June 2020

Why Kindness is Key to Resilience

7:00 PM IST / 9:30 AM ET / 2:30 PM London time

Audrey Lin

Webinar Details

Upcoming GLOW Webinar

4th July 2020

Adaptability to New Changes

7:00 PM IST / 9:30 AM ET / 2:30 PM London time

Dr Elizabeth Denley

Webinar Details

GLOW stands for ‘Genuine Loving Outstanding Women’, and is a series of monthly online workshops for women, who can login from any corner of the world, learn and practice Heartfulness meditation in the comfort of their homes or their workplace.

Each webinar will also feature an expert speaker, chosen from women who are outstanding in their fields, and are influencers and change makers.

The introductory meditation workshops through webinars for women, every month will be followed up through fortnightly webinars, and those women who prefer personal interaction would get to interact with a Heartfulness Trainer one-on-one by request. Please write to glow@heartfulness.org for more information.

 

Our Host

Purnima Ramakrishnan

Purnima is a UN award winning writer and blogger. She is the editor of World Moms Network, a website for women featuring writers from 30 countries. She is a practitioner and trainer of Heartfulness Meditation, and through this has found balance, peace and contentment in her everyday life.

THE GLOW WEBINAR ARCHIVE

Creating a More Peaceful, Joyful Family During Lockdown and Beyond

This webinar will focus on some practical ways to increase quality of life for families during lockdown. It will help parents understand how, despite their best efforts at good parenting, some of their children’s basic needs may be compromised during lockdown, and what they can do to help. It aims to increase understanding of how…

Compassion on the Spiritual Way

In this webinar, Helle will share how compassion is inherent in Heartfulness, and how we as heartfulness practitioners can benefit from using it more explicit on the spiritual path. Compassion can be very supportive in calming down our mind and our emotional reactivity, and in moving toward self-acceptance. Even though meditation helps us soothing the…

What is on the other side of a negative emotion?

Are negative emotions bad all the time? When people experience negative emotions, they tend to feel stuck or confused, as if everything is hazy. It affects our ability to see things clearly. If there was a way to shine light through this confusion, would you use it? Ichha will be speaking about a research model…

Touch – the language of learning and becoming: To New Mothers with Love!

The world knows of people with the utmost physical disability to rise and contribute to humanity like Helen Keller and Stephen Hawking. How was it possible? Does a greater mental power unleash by taking take care of physical disability with loving touch and physiotherapy? What is the theory of attachment and connections? Can a mother’s…

The Heart of Our Youth

How do we support growth and change in ourselves and others? At present, all over the world, many young people are struggling with loneliness and anxiety. How can we help? A few years ago, Rosalind spent time volunteering and researching in summer camp programmes for teenagers. She was sparked by the experiences of her own…

Pathways to Heart Health

Although lifestyles and family roles continue to evolve, women still tend to have significant influence over what we eat as a family. Whether as a mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, aunt, or even as a professional, women make daily choices involving foods that either help or hinder their health and that of those around them. After…

Drawing on Generational Wisdom for Emotional Wellness

If nothing is going well, call your grandmother. – Italian Proverb Globally, more than 300 million people suffer from depression, according to the World Health Organization. Depression is the world’s leading cause of disability and it contributes to 800,000 suicides per year, the majority of which occur in developing countries. A new study shows that grandparents…

Setting Healthy Boundaries To Create A Loving And Caring Family

“Good fences make good neighbors.” – Robert Frost, from the poem “Mending Wall” (1914) Boundaries is where we learn how to engage with our families without losing ourselves in others. It allows us to feel safe and secure in our relationships, knowing that what we have limits and that they will be respected. During the…

Self-Love: A Foundation for Your Career, Relationships, and Service

Most of us, women especially, are conditioned to take care of others first. Whether as a mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, aunt, or even as a professional, we often put others’ needs before our own. We are not taught about self-love as children, teenagers, or even adults. As a result, putting ourselves first feels selfish.