The TIA Method : A daily practice for finding radical joy.
We're doing it again! If you missed last month's workshop on the TIA Method, you have another chance to join us to discuss how a simple practice can bring more joy, focus, and accomplishment into each and every day.
This workshop introduces you to the TIA Method, a daily practice for seeing more of the goodness all around us and in us. This “method” is not a trick or a wish or a hack or a vague hope—it’s a dedicated practice for seeing and experiencing the extraordinary beauty of the world.
TIA stands for THANK-INTEND-ASK
The TIA Method (thank-intend-ask) offers a practice for inviting happiness, groundedness, and personal accomplishment into your life. The great wisdom traditions have long advocated the value of gratitude as both a spiritual and an ethical practice. Modern sciences now affirm the benefits of cultivating gratitude and positive thinking as a way to reframe our attitude about and response to experience. What we are delivering here is old news—ancient traditions wrapped up in contemporary scientific insight.
Gratitude practice is one leg of the three-pronged TIA Method. After gratitude, the TIA Method advocates clarity of intentions. In the workshop, I will discuss how thanking and intending become useful partners in setting you up for a good day. And finally, this method advocates surrendering problems to higher intelligence. Together, these three parts of the TIA Method offer skillful means for cultivating the life we want to live—one of joy, grace, purpose, and equanimity.
The design of the journal offers a clean and easy template to make your gratitude practice easy and pleasurable, assuring that you will make it a part of each day.
Use this journal for ten minutes a day for thirty days and see if the old news of ancient traditions is still good news for modern seekers.
Sound good? Then join us for all the details on how to incorporate the TIA Method into your daily practices.
Where: The Yoga Shala 3013 Edgewater Dr. Orlando, FL 32804 When: May 6, 2:00- 4:00 p.m. Fee: $45.00 Register here.