Meditation in Everyday Life

with Barbara Cromer

September 9th—September 30th

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  • $108 Program Price
  • $120 Patron Price
  • $54 Supported
  • $40 Repeating student
Room: Lakewood Center

Meditation in Everyday Life presents peaceful abiding meditation, basic goodness, and ways that meditation practice can improve the quality of our daily life. We experience what happens when we stop avoiding ourselves and the present moment, and practice simply being with whatever is going on in our lives.

This is the first course in the Way of Shambhala curriculum. It offers a glimpse of how the stability and wisdom cultivated through the practice of mindfulness-awareness can expand to benefit the world around us.

The course includes group instruction in sitting and walking meditation, talks by teachers, discussions, and opportunities to socialize with fellow participants.

  • Sept. 9, 10am-3pm
    • Class 1: Peaceful Abiding and Basic Goodness
    • Class 2: Gathering the Mind and Working with Emotions
  • Sept. 23, 1pm-3pm
    • Class 3: Obstacles to Meditation and the Antidotes
  • Sept 30, 10am-3pm
    • Class 4: Opening up to the Genuine Heart of Sadness
    • Class 5: Meditation as a Transformation Tool for Society

This course is in-person for anyone who wants to begin a meditation practice, or strengthen their practice. Great for beginning meditators!

Space is limited.  Register early!