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February Meditation + A Potluck

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Happy Lunar New Year and a Happy (early) Valentine's Day! What a month we've got before us, celebrating love + new beginnings. Let's do it!

Date: Thurs, February 28, 2013
This month's topic is: BEFRIENDING THE EGO

Oh, the Ego. She/He can be quite the rascal! Our ego is that conscious voice inside us that represents our self (as opposed to our Self / Higher Self). Our self is how we want to be/seem/be seen, not necessarily who we truly are. Our ego is all about preserving our self image, even if it no longer serves us. How then do we live as our most full, phenomenal Selves if our ego insists on shielding us along the way? Our ego however is not something to be ashamed of! In fact, to step into our power as our full Selves, we need to join forces with our ego as a best friend. In February we will explore fun ways to befriend our ego and learn how to play along with our mind when things get tough. Meditation is one of the great tools we have along this journey.

Are you new to this Meet up / this event? What to expect:

Through my healing practice, Blue Jaguar (is) Love, I host a monthly guided meditation + potluck night.

The next meditation group meets on Thursday, February 28 at 7:30pm. It's a potluck too...so bring a dish or a snack to share. We meet in East Hollywood at my home / healing space. I have a good number of seats + cushions however, as the group is growing, feel free to bring your own.

All are welcome -- bring a friend (or two)

It's a great space for folks to gather in a casual environment to share where we are at, exchange group wisdom and get centered in our own stillness.

We kick off the evening with a short silent sit followed by a guided meditation led by me.

Following the meditation the space is held for group discussion and questions...then we eat!

Please RSVP for address.

For more information, visit the "meditation" tab on my website: www.bluejaguarlove.com

Cost: by donation. No one turned away for lack of funds.