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How to Meditate
Learn a systematic approach to meditation Practices include attention/concentration techniques, mantra, visualization, breath, sound, and Mindfulness practices. Gain greater depth of understanding and confidence in what meditation is about. Meditate with skill and confidence, and with methods that fit your daily routines and spiritual beliefs.
Dates and times To Be Decided** for a course open to the general public
or Organized by you at your location*** (Dates, Time, and Location negotiable if organized by you)
5 weekly sessions
Thursdays 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Group size: (Minimum) 8 - 15 (Max)
* If the course is via Zoom, you can be at home and only need your computer or phone to be present for the class session. About a week before the program begins, you will receive an email containing both the class materials, as well as the you code need to enter the portal for the session.
** Don’t miss out on the class you want! Let us know what days and times would work best for you. (401) 369-8115
*** If the course meets at your location, that means that this will be a private program. You and Lakshyan will set the dates, and you take responsibility for the location (home, business, studio, or digitally) and for gathering the other students. The program you organize can be taught taught in-person by Lakshyan at your physical location, or via his Zoom system, so the friends you gather can be in their own locations when they attend. Would you like to know more? Please contact Lakshyan here. (Contact@bodymindri.com & (401) 369-8115).
Helpful quotes to ponder, if you are want to learn to meditate:
"The faculty of voluntarily bringing back a wandering attention, over and over again, is the very root of judgment, character, and will… An education which should improve this faculty would be the education par excellence." – William James, The Principles of Psychology (1890)
"The tragedy in our life is not our suffering, but in what we fail to notice." – Thomas Carlyle