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Open Your Heart - Achieve Success with Mindfulness

When:

Sun Sep 27 2015, 1:00pm–6:00pm
Sun Sep 27 2015, 1:30pm–5:30pm

Where: Bishan Community Club, 51 Bishan Street 13, Bishan, Singapore

Restrictions: R16

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An event brought to you by SG Caring Heart, a non-profit organization to help fellow residents of Singapore and to provide education and promotion of healthy and holistic living.

Discover the joys of Mindfulness and Stress Management to bring about success through two highly experienced psychologists. Visit our exhibitors booth from Crohn's & Colitis Society of Singapore, Dyslexia Association, Kampong Senang Charity & Education Foundation, Pranic Healing Singapore, Vegetarian Society, Positive Intentions and others.

An afternoon with The Psychologists to understand more about mindfulness and meditation and a session on coping with exam blues, a must for parents to attend.

Other event highlights:
* Experience a calming meditation
* Receive goodie bag worth $60
* Stand a chance to win $3,000 worth of lucky draw prizes including 2 copies of Late MM Lee Kuan Yew's Hard Truths, PONI Band Negative Ion, Tupperware hampers, health hampers, a unit of Ferrano Food Processor worth $588, 2 units of Kindle 6 and others

Program
1pm
Registration, Booth Activities & Exhibition Displays

2pm
Welcome Address by SG Caring Heart Official

2:05pm
Mindfulness & Well-Being by Dr Gregor Lange, Clinical Psychologist, Senior Lecturer, NUS

3pm
Meditation on Twin Hearts - a secular meditation for all to experience inner peace, calmness and love

4:15pm
Break

4:45pm
Coping with Academic & Exam Stress by Dr. Amita Sarkar

5:30pm
Lucky Draw

## This event is open to all participants who are 16 years old and above only. No children are allowed.
## Registration starts at 1pm.

Quoted from Late MM Lee Kuan Yew's Hard Truth:
"still the mind... empty the mind, relax. Look at yourself as a third eye from above and be aware of where you are in this cosmos - that you're just a little particle. Get a sense of proportion that you're just a little bit of this huge universe. Ignore your face. Ignore your body and when you are deep in meditation, forget everything.

I believe we should teach meditation in schools because that will save going to the doctors, taking Valium or whatever"