Afro Botho is this weekend expected to host an Afro Botho Spring Mindfulness Retreat.
The event is slated to take place in Maun, and those who are in need of getting in touch with their spirituality have something to look forward to.
This is the second retreat that Afro Botho is hosting in Maun where they are currently based. The founders of Afro Botho, Mother K. Masire and Dr Didi Biorn, will facilitate the retreat.
According to one of the founders of Afro Botho, MotherK Masire, the Afro Botho Spring Mindfulness Retreat targets those who wish to take time to connect with their authentic self.
“Becoming authentic is an individual mission since each person has their own way of being human and consequently what is authentic will be different for each individual,” she says.
“Most of us also have this ability, but we are conditioned out of trusting our core self by a society that teaches us to use logic to make our decisions or by habitual internal and subconscious pressure to make decisions from a place of fear, and to minimise perceived pain and suffering,” she explains.
She says that participants will learn and get to practise mindfulness as well as Yoga conducted by a certified Yogie, Khutsie Kasale. Other activities to look forward to include learning the basics of mindful eating.
And for this session, Hearth Generation comes on board as the ideal partner as they promote healthy snacking. The GODDIE bag is sponsored by Nubian Seed, a local natural body products company.
Afro Botho believes in synergies because they are all about value addition. “The interaction or cooperation of two or more organisations or products/services produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects,” says Masire.