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“Flourishing in our distracted and difficult world relies on bringing awareness to the people and things that nourish us, letting go of what doesn’t, and creating a container to protect our happiness and life-energy.”

-Karen McAllister & Duncan Cryle

With all that’s happening in the world, how do we collectively come up for air?  

This course is for those who want to find meaning and embrace their life fully.  It is to help integrate and apply mindfulness in your life, for your own sustainability and happiness.  To be able to be of better service to those around you and to our planet.  

NOTE: This course can be attended online or in-person at Clear Sky.


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Six Weeks 

No Class April 8 & 15


March 18th – May 6th

10:00am-12:00pm MT





Bring Mindfulness to all areas of your life

Navigating the complexities of today’s world requires more than mindfulness apps.

We have to learn how to embody mindfulness within the pressures of daily life. 

Flourishing in our distracted and difficult world relies on bringing awareness to the people and things that nourish us, letting go of what doesn’t, and creating a container to protect our happiness and life-energy. The course will teach you how to create a supportive container for your mindfulness practice and year-round growth.

This course will help you integrate mindfulness into your daily life – to transform your environment; your habits and use of time; how you listen and speak; areas of life where you may be stuck such as money, health, food, or life vision; and how you relate to others and build community.

Clear Sky Meditation Centre - Karen McAllister

"Deep transformational growth is really supported by having a container, a supportive structure around us. I feel like we're so disembodied today in our technological culture that this is my little kindness to myself in saying 'hello body, you're part of my day.'"

Join Karen and Duncan for an interactive six-week course and learn how to: 

  1. Strengthen your mindfulness or meditation practice to experience more calm and clarity
  2. Create supportive structures that help you stay balanced, protect your happiness and support your year-round growth.
  3. Apply the power of awareness to:
  • Develop a supportive environment, and healthy consciously-chosen structures and routines in your daily life;
  • Cultivate more meaningful conversations and connections in your relationships and community;
  • Bring awareness and transformative change to big areas of your life that may be draining energy – concerns about your future, money, time management, food and health.

4. Integrate and weave mindfulness into your all aspects of your daily work and life.

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Cara Conroy Lau - Clear Sky Meditation Centre Canada

Three interwoven approaches

This course supports you to:

• cultivate your mindfulness practice;

• craft a supportive environment;

• powerfully integrate mindfulness into all aspects of our life and work.

Based on Clear Sky’s Five Principles, Integrating Mindfulness helps you build a sustainable meditation practice that permeates your body, career, relationships and all other areas of your life. 

You can learn more about our Five Principles here and get our free pdf overview by clicking the link below.

"Mindfulness is like turning on a light in a dark room. The power of awareness lets us see what is there - in our bodies, emotions, mind, workplaces, homes and relationships. Seeing what is there gives us the freedom and the courage to make deeply impactful changes. I've found it helps craft our lives, environment and structures in a way that deeply supports connection and growth".

A supportive structure

Using our five principles of creating a supportive container for mindfulness and growth, this course teaches you how to apply mindfulness across all areas of your life, and to create an environment that supports you physically, mentally and emotionally. The course includes meditations, exercises and community check-ins.

• Week 1: Creating a supportive space for your growth;

• Week 2: Transforming habit and making friends with structure;

• Week 3: Quieting the monkey mind and creating generative conversations;

• Week 4: Cleaning up big areas of your life frees up energy;

• Week 5: The power of mindfulness for real and lasting change;

• Week 6: Community and transforming our relationships with others.

Meet the Teachers

Karen McAllister Co-Creator & Teacher - Clear Sky Center

Karen McAllister

As Clear Sky’s Chair of the Board and Director of Business Development, I’m passionate about teaching the much-ignored principles of nurturing the factors – like honor your space, structure, and communication – that create the conditions we need to wake up more in daily life. I see how I learned and embodied these principles in my different roles at Clear Sky as the center went from self-starter to second-stage growth. This is what I call “the hands-on way of doing an MBA with a spiritual bottom line!”

In my free time, I love travelling, speaking Portuguese and reading history, architecture and art books.

Duncan Cryle

Through 30+ years of personal practice and 15+ teaching meditation and mindfulness, alongside an active career working all over the world, I’ve learnt a lot about an integrating mindfulness into daily life.  As a founding member of Clear Sky in 2004, I’m amazed at the power of a beautiful, natural and dedicated space for supporting people to deepen their meditation and feel more connected.  Alongside. my Clear Sky work, I hold a director position at a large software company where I also run a volunteer global mindfulness program to 1000s employees.  I was formerly one of the pioneers of IBM’s mindfulness movement.  I’m passionate about how mindfulness-based approaches can transform how we live and work together, and be of better service in the world.

Clear Sky Meditation Centre - Duncan Cryle

What Previous Students Are Saying

"I think this course is a beautiful, utterly grounded and relevant way of making the spiritual life very real and integrated with how we are living every day of our lives. It lays an important foundation for a meditation practice that can actually go somewhere and lead to a well-rounded and truly fulfilling life."

"It's really, really brought me back home to myself. I found myself in the past very scattered and would put off all the important things, the spiritual aspects of life, the mindfulness and so on, just to blast through my day and get things done, but now I am really taking pause. I still don't get everything done, but I don't get everything done in a much more calm and soulful way."

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