We may become proficient at guiding meditations, exercises and introducing topics. However, the art of inquiry continues to intrigue and challenge us. You may ask yourself: How does it differ from mindfulness inquiry or psychotherapy? How can I support participants who struggle to find resources? When does inquiry end? How can I contain that person that does not want to stop speaking without shaming them? How can I encourage people to share without coercing them? What if, a participant criticizes me in front of the class and I run the risk of losing my cool?
In this dynamic 2-day workshop you will deepen your teaching skills of MSC inquiry in the context of a group of up to 18 teachers. It offers a unique opportunity to practice in the safety of the community of MSC Teachers with the support of a MSC Teacher Trainer. You should come willing to practice inquiry and to receive feedback in front of the large group and to role play using our case scenario. Feedback from previous participants has been extremely positive and whilst they found it challenging in parts, they learnt a lot and found answers within themselves by practicing inquiry.