Regular Meditation practice helps us tune in to the essence of our being's subtle energy, not simply our outer physical form. The question is, how are we using that energy? Yoga teaches that by increasing and harmonizing the flow of energy within ourselves, we can feel more patient, intuitive, centered, and feel less vulnerable to inner worries and the external causes of stress around us.
In this meeting, we will explore ways to lesson the "inner mental busyness" that is fear based and find ways to get off the "hamster wheels" of worries. In our electronic age of "instant gratification" it is easy to feel impatient to find a "quick fix." This is a supportive, non-dogmatic group where people can experience meditation and yogic techniques not as another "add on to get more," but as tools to open to "the state of yoga"- beyond anxiety/impatience: into the freedom of acceptance, faith, and even joy.
Using the teachings of the great Yoga master Paramhansa Yogananda, you will gently be guided to learn powerful and scientifically proven methods to bring peace to your inner and outer world.
Meeting led this week by Paul
All spiritual affiliations or non are welcome! No experience is required!
This meetup part of a series of an ongoing weekly meditation group meeting at this location.
We are a non-profit group but donations are always welcome! (suggested donation of 5-10 dollars but nobody turned away for lack of funds)
If you would like to volunteer in any way, i.e: bringing healthy snacks, help set up or clean up, that would wonderful! Please contact Paul any time.
Event takes place on the second floor, in the Heaven on Earth Holistic Center, directly above Starbucks and Sussina Bakery. Building is one block West of La Brea.
Plenty of FREE PARKING in the parking structure behind the building.
Go to this page to see where the second floor entrance is and where the free parking garage is located: http://www.heavenonea...
Look for signs pointing to the "Ananda West Hollywood/Hancock Park Meditation Group." Entrance is on the N. Detroit St. side.