This style of meditation has been practiced for 2,600 years. Although the fundamentals of this practice are rooted in Buddhism, our group has no particular religious affiliations.
Mindfulness teaches us about ourselves, our thoughts, our emotions and how and why we experience our lives the way we do. Through this awareness, we can experience our lives more fully and live our lives on our terms instead of habitually reacting to it.
This technique also has wonderful physical benefits in addition to leading to inner peace and happiness.
We offer drop in group meditation (Shoshin or Beginners Mind) each Wednesday morning and Thursday evening. The group organizer, Karen Miller, is available by appointment for individual or group instruction.
The 'Shoshin"meditations are designed for beginners in mind but are equally beneficial for experienced practitioners. Shoshin (Beginners Mind) Group Meditation: Wednesday mornings @ 9:45-11:00 or Thursday Evenings @ 6:45-8:00.
These Meetup's are supported by your gratitude offerings (suggested offering: $10)