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Guided meditation & labyrinth Walk @ 6:00 pm

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  • Redondo Beach Center for Spiritual Living

    907 Knob Hill Avenue, Redondo Beach, CA (map)

    33.828487 -118.375702

  • Center for Spiritual Living corner of Prospect & Knob Hill, Redondo Beach: 907 Knob Hill 90277
  • Time for Yourself

    A free relaxation meditation and labyrinth walk is on May 19 at 6 pm

    Labyrinth available 5:30 to 7:15 pm

    Redondo Beach Center for Spiritual Living, 907 Knob Hill, 90277.

    At 6 pm, Dr. Kathi Wolfrum will give a 15 minute pre-walk guided meditation before you walk the labyrinth path. Meditation helps to develop the skill to manage your thoughts to create the life you want.

    Why bother with Meditation?  Because the research is compelling!  Studies repeatedly show that practicing meditation improves every aspect of our physical and emotional life.

    Neuroscience informs us about the concept of Neuroplasticity – that the brain can change and rewire itself.  Studies show that practicing meditation leads to structural as well as functional changes in the brain as measured by MRI’s, SPECT scans, and EEG studies.  Therefore, meditation is an excellent way to deliberately engage the Neuroplasticity of the brain to rewire or reprogram the brain so it works more effectively.  This is really good news!

    Meditation often starts by learning to become aware of our breath.  We set the intention to focus on our breathing.  Every time we notice that we are distracted and not thinking about our breathing we accept it, dismiss the thought, and return our attention to our breath. This process is very simple and easy to do anywhere

    No cost.

    No shoes on the labyrinth canvas with the twinkling lights – socks work.

    More info….

    Vernetta Lieb[masked] [masked]

    Jane Zumbro[masked] [masked]

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