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Meditation for Transformation (must RSVP in advance)
Meditation for Transformation (must RSVP in advance)

Sat, Jan 21


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Meditation for Transformation (must RSVP in advance)

As we close the door on one year and open the door welcoming in a new year, and a new you, there are a few things you may want to do to lay the foundation and set the tone for new beginnings. These Saturday Morning Seminars are made for YOU!

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Jan 21, 2023, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

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About the event

If you're new to meditation, know that there are various styles and ways to meditate. Meditation is basically a quieting of the mind so that you may focus better. Some direct their focus on getting closer to God, teachings of the Buddha, or simply to release stress and find greater inner peace. There is no right or wrong way to quiet your mind for greater focus. The point is to find what works best for you.

The two popular styles of meditation are passive meditation and active meditation. Passive is a sitting meditation, while active meditation is movement. It would be any activity that focuses the mind, such as yoga, tai chi, running, drumming, dancing, twirling. Whatever puts your mind at peace and allows you to loose track of time, where you loose a sense of self and dissolve into a sea of oneness with Universal flow.

This session is about passive meditation for transformation. To prepare, you would find a quiet place where you can sit (don't lay down) and not be disturbed for at least 15-20 minutes each day. If possible, it should be the same time and same space each day. Many like to enhance their meditation experience with aromatherapy, incense, candlelight, soft background music, etc. The point is to find your sacred space and make it your own. Then commit to sitting each day. You might call this your appointment with Spirit each day. 

It is said that one minute in meditation is equal to one hour of productivity. It is also said that if you don't have 10-minutes to meditate, you should meditate for an hour.

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