Mantra & Meditation: Theme - Compassion

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A&A Spiritual Concepts

5141 E Ludlow Dr · Scottsdale, AZ

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Cross streets are 52nd Street and Thunderbird Rd. This is a residence that is being used as a sanctuary. Look for the white lion on the mailbox. Parking is available in the circle or on the street.

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Mantra is a wonderful way to join together in a format that allows all to practice our our own belief systems while sharing common space. The physical, mental, emotional and spiritual impacts of mantra have been researched and proven many times over and include but are not limited to:

- Stress relief
- Movement of energy throughout the body, regulating the chemicals in the brain
- Releases endorphins
- Regulates heart rate
- Enhances positive alpha, gamma, delta, and theta brainwaves
- Increases immune functions and lowers blood pressure
- Drowns out negative voices in our minds, allowing room for positive thoughts
- Easy way to direct thoughts and achieve physical and mental wellbeing


Join us every two weeks as we come together in this wonderful practice, focusing on a different topic each time. The flow of our time together will include:

- Group discussion and sharing on the evening's topic
- Review of the mantra, it's meaning and time to align the energy of the mantra to each individuals personal intentions/beliefs/practice
- For those who would choose, a mudra (hand position) will also be shown and may be used during the mantra
- Mantra begins
- Flow from mantra into meditation/prayer, allowing the energy and personal connection made through the mantra to settle in
- Using breath, we will slowing return to the space and complete our time together with a bit more sharing as individuals feel called


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Each of us express and receive compassion in our own way. In our time together we will discuss what compassion means to each of us. Is compassion the same as pity? Why is compassion important? Do we express our compassion for those we care about in a way that empowers them? Do we feel empowered when those we care about show compassion toward us? Do we always need to act when we feel compassion?

Mantra: Om Mani Padme Hum

Mudra: Dhyana