Learning to meditate is about changing the way we relate to what is actually occurring. Meditation is not about adopting new concepts or dogmas. It is not a scholarly pursuit nor is it tied to any specific or exclusive belief system. Meditation practice is useful regardless of your religious or spiritual orientation and can support your existing spiritual path, no matter what it is. All are welcome. This course will provide fundamental instruction in mindfulness meditation. Emphasis is placed on mindfulness practices of awareness of body, breath, feelings, and thoughts. Explanation and discussion of the teachings central to mindfulness meditation are part of each class. The course is appropriate for beginners as well as experienced mediators who wish to further their practice.
Dates- Jan 7, 14, 21, Feb 4, 2019