Mindfulness-Based Resilience Training

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Prof. Ishan Shivanand

Mindfulness-Based Resilience Training(MBRT)

Mindfulness-Based Resilience Training (MBRT) is a structured program that combines mindfulness meditation and breathing techniques to help individuals manage stress, improve their overall well-being, and enhance their quality of life. Prof. Ishan Shivanand developed MBRT program has been widely accepted and has demonstrated various benefits. Here are some of the key benefits associated with participating in a Mindfulness-Based Resilience Training program

  1. Resilience Training:MBRT is specifically designed to help individuals cope with stress. Participants learn mindfulness meditation techniques that can help them develop a non-judgmental awareness of their thoughts and feelings, leading to a reduction in stress levels.
  2. Improved Mental Health:Regular practice of mindfulness has been linked to improvements in mental health. MBSR can be effective in reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression, promoting emotional well-being, and enhancing overall mental resilience.
  3. Enhanced Emotional Regulation:Mindfulness practice encourages individuals to observe their emotions without immediate reaction. This increased awareness can lead to improved emotional regulation, helping individuals respond to challenging situations with greater composure.
  4. Increased Self-Awareness:MBSR emphasizes self-awareness and self-reflection. Through mindfulness practices, individuals become more attuned to their thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations, fostering a deeper understanding of themselves.
  5. Better Focus and Concentration:Mindfulness meditation involves training the mind to focus on the present moment. As a result, participants often experience improvements in attention, concentration, and cognitive performance.
  6. Improved Sleep:Mindfulness has been associated with better sleep quality. MBSR techniques can help individuals relax and manage racing thoughts, contributing to improved sleep patterns and overall sleep quality.
  7. Enhanced Physical Well-being:The mind-body connection is a fundamental aspect of MBSR. Regular practice has been linked to various physical benefits, such as lowered blood pressure, reduced inflammation, and improved immune function.
  8. Increased Resilience:Mindfulness encourages a non-judgmental and accepting attitude toward experiences. This acceptance can lead to increased resilience, helping individuals navigate life’s challenges with greater adaptability and equanimity.
  9. Improved Relationships:Mindfulness can positively impact interpersonal relationships by fostering better communication, empathy, and compassion. Individuals who practice mindfulness may be better equipped to handle conflicts and engage in more meaningful connections with others.
  10. Enhanced Overall Well-being:Ultimately, the combination of stress reduction, improved mental health, increased self-awareness, and better physical well-being contributes to an enhanced overall sense of well-being and quality of life.

Upon the completion of this course, the students will be able to:

  1. Stress & Mental Health: Understand the basic concepts about the creation of Stress and the resulting Mental Health. Stress and Managing it.
  2. Learn Breathing: Normal breathing, learning breathing techniques, looking inward, Deep Breathing, experience the effect of conscious breathing.
  3. Conscious Breathing: Setting rhythm in breathing, Elementary Rigorous Breathing techniques, Internal Breath Retention, External Breath Retention, Combinations of breathing exercises, Practice of breathing exercises
  4. Thought Awareness: Our thoughts and our control on them, Dealing with our own thoughts, Positive thinking, Mind Control and simple means to practice it. Use of Visualization techniques to achieve mind control.
  5. Our Body: Our awareness about our body, making our body healthier, Kriyas and Asanas (very elementary) to have body fitness.
  6. Concentration & Meditation: Ways to improve concentration, impact of concentration on stress, Meditation and simple techniques to experience the power of meditation.
  7. Submission is the key to everything: Forgiveness, Unconditional love, Love, Compassion & Gratitude.

Week 1: Introduction
Week 2: Breath Awareness
Week 3: Conscious Breathing
Week 4: Thought Awareness
Week 5: Body Awareness
Week 6: Positive Affirmations
Week 7: Concentration & Meditation
Week 8: Body Fitness & Stress Reduction
Week 9: Ways of mind control Part-1
Week 10: Ways of mind control Part-2
Week 11: Emotions and Mindfulness
Week 12: Gratitude and Mindfulness
Week 13: Stress & its Management
Week 14: Daily Routine Management
Week 15: Conclusion

Contact Info

Contact us to know about Our Present and Upcoming Programs in UofSA.

Mon - Fri : 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

General Admission Requirements:

Every applicant will be assessed by the Faculty for admission.

Tuition Fees :

Estimated Program Costs:  $900.00
Limited Financial Assistance/Scholarships are available

Apply Process :

Contact our Admissions Team: admissions@uofsa.edu

Yogic Sciences Faculty

Yogic Sciences Faculty

Ishan Shivanand

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MBRT Key Benefits

Resilience Training:

MBRT is specifically designed to help individuals cope with stress. Participants learn mindfulness meditation techniques that can help them develop a non-judgmental awareness of their thoughts and feelings, leading to a reduction in stress levels.

Improved Mental Health:

Regular practice of mindfulness has been linked to improvements in mental health. MBSR can be effective in reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression, promoting emotional well-being, and enhancing overall mental resilience.

Enhanced Emotional Regulation:

Mindfulness practice encourages individuals to observe their emotions without immediate reaction. This increased awareness can lead to improved emotional regulation, helping individuals respond to challenging situations with greater composure.

Increased Self-Awareness:

MBSR emphasizes self-awareness and self-reflection. Through mindfulness practices, individuals become more attuned to their thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations, fostering a deeper understanding of themselves.

Better Focus and Concentration:

 Mindfulness meditation involves training the mind to focus on the present moment. As a result, participants often experience improvements in attention, concentration, and cognitive performance.

Improved Sleep:

Mindfulness has been associated with better sleep quality. MBSR techniques can help individuals relax and manage racing thoughts, contributing to improved sleep patterns and overall sleep quality.

Enhanced Physical Well-being:

The mind-body connection is a fundamental aspect of MBSR. Regular practice has been linked to various physical benefits, such as lowered blood pressure, reduced inflammation, and improved immune function.

Increased Resilience:

Mindfulness encourages a non-judgmental and accepting attitude toward experiences. This acceptance can lead to increased resilience, helping individuals navigate life’s challenges with greater adaptability and equanimity.

Improved Relationships:

 Mindfulness can positively impact interpersonal relationships by fostering better communication, empathy, and compassion. Individuals who practice mindfulness may be better equipped to handle conflicts and engage in more meaningful connections with others.

Enhanced Overall Well-being:

Ultimately, the combination of stress reduction, improved mental health, increased self-awareness, and better physical well-being contributes to an enhanced overall sense of well-being and quality of life.

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLOs):

Upon the completion of this course, the students will be able to:

Understand the basic concepts about the creation of Stress and the resulting Mental Health. Stress and Managing it.

Normal breathing, learning breathing techniques, looking inward, Deep Breathing, experience the effect of conscious breathing.

Setting rhythm in breathing, Elementary Rigorous Breathing techniques, Internal Breath Retention, External Breath Retention, Combinations of breathing exercises, Practice of breathing exercises

Our thoughts and our control on them, Dealing with our own thoughts, Positive thinking, Mind Control and simple means to practice it. Use of Visualization techniques to achieve mind control.

Our awareness about our body, making our body healthier, Kriyas and Asanas (very elementary) to have body fitness.

Ways to improve concentration, impact of concentration on stress, Meditation and simple techniques to experience the power of meditation.

Forgiveness, Unconditional love, Love, Compassion & Gratitude.

Daily routine management, Goal Manifestation.