Please see Meditation Offerings Below. (Photo by Anjana)
Meditation is seen as a mystery but it is simply a way of paying attention. Try this: while you are sitting here, look at this photo below and slowly exhale through your mouth. After all your air is expelled, enjoy a slow inhale through your nose, filling your lungs at first and then your belly if possible. Repeat for one full minute, eventually exhaling through your nose. Inhale, exhale; breath in, breath out. Simple and refreshing.
Breathing in a conscious way is a first step to meditation. After a minute of this breathing exercise, notice any changes in the tempo of your breath and your state of mind. Are you experiencing quiet and calm, a sense of slowing down?
In our busy world of doing, meditation helps us pay attention to our breath, our thoughts and our being. We all have the capacity to find stillness internally and learn how to live moment to moment in mindful awareness. A daily meditation practice can help us think better, have more energy and live in alignment with our values. Part of my passion for wellness is to teach people self-care tools such as Meditation.
Please see my offerings below for more information.
The pearl is in the oyster. And the oyster is at the bottom of the sea. Dive deep." ~ Kabir
Join me and others in your community for monthly Meditation Gatherings where I speak on a theme and lead silent and guided meditations to tap into your inner knowledge, peace and guidance. We will practice for one hour and enjoy an optional 15 minute social time after each Meditation Gathering. The meditations for each class are different but we always practice a Loving Kindness Meditation (Meta) at the end of each gathering.
"Nature is infinitely creative. It is always producing the possibility of new beginnings." ~ Marianne Williamson
Theme: Welcoming New Beginnings
March 15, 2018
Private Meditation instruction for you, your family or your business is also available. Please write or call to discuss possibilities.
Thursday Evening Monthly Meditation
Third Thursday of each month
March 15, 2018