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From Human-doing, to Human-being! (8-day course)
How do I access your course?
Once you have enrolled, there is a 2-step process. Firstly, you will receive an email asking you to register for a free account. Once you have registered, go back to the email and click on the ‘introduction’ link.
Why do I need to register?
By registering a free account on this website, it ensures you can access your course materials safely in a private setting.
When will I receive my course materials?
You will receive An Introduction to the 8 Pillars of Mindfulness for Life Today within 24 hours after enrolling. The eight daily modules will then follow each morning thereafter.