Green Zone Institute: training in mindfulness and communication for individuals, couples, families, businesses and organizations
All communication is a conversation. Our unique mindfulness-based training approach brings out our best — allowing us to be clear, compassionate, genuine and effective. Our courses and retreats are based on The Five Keys to Mindful Communication by author and mindfulness teacher Susan Gillis Chapman.
During guided meditation, I felt my senses were more awake than ever. The whole experience opened and touched me.
This alleviates many of my free floating fears and anxieties. It brings me a sense of peace and rightness.
5 out of 5 stars. Extremely helpful!
Excellent. 5 out of 5 stars. I found the atmosphere very supportive….The information was presented in an easy to understand manner.
Wonderful tools for every aspect of our daily lives.
I had big life questions coming into the class. At the end, I felt like 3/4 of my questions were answered.
Great experiential skills that could be used right now. Very realistic.
Wonderful and powerful!
I feel like a curse has been lifted from my life.
5 of 5 stars. Concrete. Hands on. Clear explanations. Great exercises.
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utilize mindfulness meditation and the techniques of Contemplative Psychology and the Contemplative Arts. Mindful Communication goes beyond communication skill building. While learning new skills is important, if we don’t identify and relate to the emotional states we inhabit during challenging communication, following “correct” rules or patterns will still produce harmful and ineffective results. In contrast, if we learn to recognize and take advantage of our natural open state of mind (‘The Green Light’), communication can be genuine, fresh and lively. This allows for creative and unexpected solutions with connection and precision, honesty and care.
Senior Instructor Greg Heffron interviewed by Lydia Greyheart for the radio show Love, Sex and Everything Between
Greg describes the natural state of open communication, and how by suppressing our innate mindfulness, we end up closing down.
Core Principles of Mindful Heart Training