Many individuals are discovering the benefits of meditation for their lives. Believe what you’ve heard about meditation: it can focus your mind, open your heart, and sometimes surprise you with insight. It’s not complicated to learn. In fact, everything you need to get started with a meditation practice is found in this six-week course. You’ll learn the basics along with advice for making your meditation practice a priority no mater how busy you are. You’ll also learn how to bring the wisdom and compassion you discover through meditation into other areas of your life. If you already have a mediation practice, this series can also serve as a refresher.
• Week 1 Know Your “Why” and Learn the Meditation Technique
• Week 2 Be Consistent and Gentle
• Week 3 Overcoming Obstacles
• Week 4 Working With Emotions and Discovering Peace of Mind
• Week 5 Meditation as an Influence in Your Life
• Week 6 Learning to Relax
Loving Kindness Meditation Instructor: Daniel Sernicola Wednesdays, October 3 - November 14 7-8:30 pm
* no class on Wednesday, October 31.
Learn the meditation practice of loving-kindness, also known as Metta Meditation. The Loving-Kindness meditation invites compassion into one's life. This meditation practice can be adapted and practiced by anyone, regardless of religious affiliation. Essentially, loving-kindness meditation is about cultivating love.
Take if off the cushion and into your life. Explore new ways to interact with the world around you
Through anecdotes, meditations, and conversational renderings of the Buddha's words, you will learn that peace is possible — within yourself and your relationships.
Week One — Metta: Our Natural State
Week Two — Cultivating Loving-Kindness
Week Three — Practicing Peace
Week Four — Metta in Action
Week Five — Relaxing into Forgiveness
Week Six — Living a Life of Loving-Kindness
Daniel Sernicola is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200), Reiki Master Teacher (RMT), and holds certifications in meditation, pranayama (breath), Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Trauma, Yoga for Athletes, and Aromatherapy. A practicing Buddhist in the Shambhala Buddhist lineage, he has provided trainings to companies and inviduals seeking to deepen their meditation practice. His former career in corporate marketing combined with a deep passion for yoga, Buddhist texts, extensive studies in linguistics and conceptual expression, and his passion for Conscious Language is incorporated into trainings.
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