Meditation and Non-Attachment

The yoga master Paramhansa Yogananda once said "Your true personality begins to develop when you are able, by deep intuition, to feel that you are not this solid body but are the divine eternal current of life and consciousness within the body."

Learn the ancient and effective techniques of meditation to not only expand your own sense of inner harmony, but also to share that increased calmness in your life with others. Yoga teaches that we are essentially all "one" and meditation is the supreme tool to help us awaken and sustain that awareness with inner clarity, joy, and compassion.

Using the teachings and techniques of the great yoga master Paramhansa Yogananda, you will learn powerful and scientifically proven methods to bring peace to your inner and outer world. Reducing stress and refreshing your mind, body, and spirit also allows us to be more loving, relaxed, and simultaneously both grounded in our inner truth yet more patient and kind with others.

This meeting includes:

-Guided meditation
-Pranayama (breath/energy work)
-A short talk on how to experience deeper inner peace
-Snacks afterword, discussion/Q&A, and social time

Led this week by Brook and Sean

All are welcome. No experience is required!

This meetup is the first in an ongoing, weekly series of meditation group
meetings at this location.

We are a non-profit group and donations are always welcome. If you would like to volunteer in any way, ie: healthy snacks, tea, help clean up, etc.. that would be wonderful!

LOCATION NOTES:

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 garage 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.

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