• The aim of meditation isn’t to control your thoughts, it’s to stop letting them control you.

Have you always wanted to learn how to meditate?

Details

When: Tuesdays • 6:00pm HST • 1 Hour • Free

How: Online via Zoom

Link to connect: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82288371138

Passcode: LEARN2020

Important: Log on by 5:55pm HST. If no one is logged on by 6:05pm HST, the session will end and the link will be closed.

Learn authentic Tibetan Buddhist mindfulness meditation? A meditation that will support your wellbeing and the wellbeing of others around you as well as that of the planet? One can learn any kind of meditation from a recording or even from reading; but there is no substitute for authentic meditation – especially when learned from a live teacher.


“By meditation here we mean something very basic and simple that is not tied to any one culture. We are talking about a very basic act: sitting, assuming a good posture, and developing a sense of our spot, our place on this earth. This is the means of rediscovering ourselves and our basic goodness, the means to tune ourselves in to genuine reality, without any expectations or preconceptions.” – Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche

Mindfulness-Awareness Meditation:

  • A path to living ALOHA
  • Leads to living with compassion and loving-kindness
  • Reduces stress, controls anxiety, increases sleep, & promotes emotion health
  • Empowers us to relate to the world in a less distracted, more wakeful way
  • Teaches the skill of paying attention to the reality of the present and noticing when our mind wanders off to the past or future
  • Enables us to become aware of our habitual thoughts, words, and actions that no longer serve us or others
  • Encourages our inherent qualities of stability, clarity and mental strength
  • Synchronizes body and mind

In this 90-minute workshop, you will receive:

  • Authentic mindfulness-awareness meditation instruction & practice
  • History of its origin
  • Pointers on meditation posture & technique
  • Inspiration to create a daily practice
  • Answers to questions/discussion

This workshop will provide you with tools you can use to reduce your stress for the rest of your life. 

Perfect for:

  • Individuals
  • Community groups
  • In-service trainings
  • Wellness programs
  • Social advocacy groups’ staff, caretakers, & clients
  • Any group that seeks a deeper bond

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