This webinar will cover the fundamentals of delivering an effective presentation and getting your message across, using Heartful Presentation techniques. It will cover basic skills across Body Language, Voice Modulation, Using Pause, Presence, Empathy and Impact. Participants will get a basic understanding of the elements that make up a great presentation. Heartful Presentation Skills to…
Overview: We all know that spending time in the midst of nature, be it reading a book in a park, going on a trek with friends or simply relaxing with your family pet, makes us feel relaxed, happy and contented. Animals have the ability to make us open up about our greatest fears and secrets and are increasingly becoming more and more a part of our daily lives as members of the family.
However, we are reportedly at the brink of the 6th mass extinction and are losing flora and fauna at rates faster than ever before.
So what do we stand to lose, personally, with the loss of our natural world? What are the direct benefits that we receive from nature and how do these benefits manifest within our body?
We live in an anthropocene world, where man is the center of all activity. We often get caught in a self-centric lifestyle that is high in pressure and very fast moving leading to a lot of mental instability. More people are suffering from depression, stress, anxiety, anger etc. than ever before. Interaction with animals increases production of dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins and decreases the production of stress hormones like cortisol. Conversely, it is important to note the effect that our thoughts and moods have on the environment around us. We are but one part of a greater unified life. When we spend time with nature, we start to think about the evolution of this larger entity and not just our own evolution.
In order to reconnect with this entity, we must revert back to a life of sensitivity and simplicity. A natural life on the natural path. The life of Sahaj Marg.
Who should attend this webinar
Everyone. This talk is not specific to any age, profession, gender etc.
This is a topic that will interest people of all ages and age groups.
Age bracket can probably be 10 yrs and above.