STABILIZE Your Practice or LEARN TO MEDITATE

April 24th

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  • $10 Supporting
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Room: Online (Portland's Zoom)

It is probably safe to say that at this point in time, perhaps not quite like ever before, our lives have become more complex. Our society and the world are going through upheavals and questioning that can bring a sense of being out of balance. Are we doing more but not necessarily spending quality time with the people we care about most or taking the time to appreciate our lives?

Mindfulness has become an increasingly used technique because it addresses our fundamental well-being in our personal lives and at work; to understand our emotions and our stress more effectively; to tame the nagging voice in our heads; to maintain focus without drifting off; and to be fully engaged in what we’re doing while being present for others. We all have an inherent richness and the natural human capability to work with these challenges. Mindfulness is that natural capability, and the practice of meditation is a particularly effective way to strengthen it.

This introductory program is ideal for beginners as well as those who would like to stabilize and deepen their meditation experience.

This program will give practical instructions for living in an awakened way, which connects us with our mind’s inherent stability, clarity, and strength. The workshop will also include basic grounding in the principles of meditation, as well as contemplative techniques to gain insight into our state of mind and the state of our life.

Price: $10 suggested donation, or, offer an amount that works for you!

The Zoom link for this program will be sent to registrants.

Please note: Registration will close the night before the program starts at 11:59pm PST on Friday, April 23rd.
For late registration, please email David Parker, the co-teacher for this program, directly, at [email protected]

If you have questions, write to [email protected]