The Clarence Valley Aboriginal Men’s Group meets every Thursday.
The Clarence Valley Aboriginal Men’s Group meets every Thursday. Contributed

Mindfulness a fresh way of viewing life

THE Clarence Valley Aboriginal Men's Group has put together a program especially for the plunge festival.

It kicks off next Tuesday, March 29 when local mindfulness master John Shearer presenting a session about developing a mindful practice.

"Mindfulness is a way of experiencing the world on a moment to moment basis, giving you greater clarity and a deep inner peace," Mr Shearer said.

"It is a way of viewing life with the freshness and newness of children's eyes, where you gain the insight of freedom, openness and acceptance.

"Mindfulness gives you the resilience to deal with life's difficulties, truly appreciate life's joys and heightens your capacity for intuition and creativity."

The group holds a breakfast and yarning circle every Thursday at 69 Wharf Street, South Grafton from 8.30-10am.

An interesting topic is presented each week, and everyone is welcome, no matter what colour skin or cultural beliefs. The Group is non-judgmental and avoids talking about religion or politics.

For more information phone John 0418864162 or Ron 0421673510



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