metta meditation

Mindfulness Meditation for the Busy Mind


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Mondays in June @ 5:45-6:40 pm.

 

Stress kills

Meditation reduces stress

Meditate & live a longer, happier life.

 

 

Whitney has been teaching meditation for 17 years and practicing meditation under the Vipassana Theravada lineage for 19 years. Her Whitney-head shot pinkmeditation path deepened while pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology. During this training she decided, amidst the piles of research, that Mindfulness Meditation was the modality she wanted to research over any other form of psychotherapy. After leaving her PhD program, she focused primarily on Mindfulness, Dharma and Meditation leading her to undertake a series of long retreats. Eventually, she completed an intensive two-year dharma training at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and a teacher training at the Mindfulness Institute.

Sunday Reset


Sunday Reset yoga & meditation class coming January 2017

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Our October Challenge Starts Today


Today we start our 30 Day Yoga & Meditation Challenge. Chris McLaws, dietary coach & supplement specialist, will be our first guest speaker and she has a yummy surprise.

The turn out for this event is more than I every imagined! Good luck to all of our participants. I am here for you whenever you need. See you tonight @ 4:30.

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Metta Meditation Monday October 28 @ 6:30, After the Kula Flow Yoga Class (5:15-6:15)


The Metta Bhavana, or Development of Lovingkindness, practice is one of the most ancient forms of Buddhist practice, one that has been passed down in an unbroken line for over 2,500 years.

We’re often taught as children that we should love others. Religious teachings say, for example, that we should “love others as ourselves.” But how do we learn to love others? And what happens if we don’t particularly like, never mind love, ourselves? The development of lovingkindness meditation practice is the practical means by which we learn to cultivate love for ourselves and others.

The practice helps us to actively cultivate positive emotional states towards ourselves and others, so that we become more patient, kind, accepting, and compassionate.

For additional information go to: http://www.mettainstitute.org/mettameditation.html