Introduction to Meditation Workshop
What is Meditation, Why should I do it?
What do you think of when someone asks you if you meditate, Buddhist Monks, Indian Gurus? – Sitting long long periods of time trying to ’empty your mind’! – Wondering why you should do it as the benefits are not clear. – Thinking you don’t have time to meditate in your busy life?
Meditating has been around for thousands of years and is prevalent in all cultures and beliefs in one form or another. How has it endured for so long and to be so wide spread? Because there are benefits from it.
It IS easy and IS accessible and you CAN impact your life in as little as 10 minutes a day for about 3 times a week. The key is finding a technique that resonates with YOU!
Mediation can be broken down into several components and understanding these components and how they all fit together makes meditation very achievable. We all do one of the components in our daily lives we are not just aware of what we are doing and its wider implications!
Meditating can calm that racing mind and quieten those chaotic feelings that seem to always be taking the pleasure out of life.
Meditation is achievable and once you have experienced it and bring it into your life you’ll wonder why you did not do it earlier! It’s easy, accessible and you can impact your life in as little as 5 minutes a day for a week. The key is finding a technique that resonates with YOU!
We run an Introduction to Meditation workshop monthly where we cover all these components, find a technique that resonates with you and you actually get to experience an example of how you can change how events play out in YOUR life i.e. that is an actual event in your own personal life.
This 3 1/2 hour workshop will cover:
- What is meditation and why do people meditate?
- Various meditation techniques, including 2 meditation techniques you can do anywhere
- How meditation can be used as a foundation for creating more harmony in your life
- How you can see rewarding results in your life in 7 days from as little as 10 minutes a day
Includes take away notes on the course and meditations
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