Thursday, March 21, 2013

What To Do About Thinking (workshop)

The Buddha-to-come Maitreya, Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir state, Himalayas, Buddhist India
 
"Charlie Brown" (monkeymindchronicles.org)
Conflicting statements about what should be done with thinking in meditation can be confusing. This daylong workshop will look at the benefits of cultivating a mature and calm relationship with thinking.

“What to do With a Mind That Won't Get Quiet”
During this day-long workshop Dan Nussbaum and Ron Sharrin will talk on the evolving understanding how thinking fits into meditation practice. 
 
There will be three or four meditation sittings, and the topic will be discussed in terms of one’s meditation practice and the goals of one’s meditative path. There will be opportunities to talk about your meditation practice, ask questions, and meditate in silence for periods of 30 to 45 minutes.

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There will be three or four meditation sittings during the day, and the topic will be discussed in terms of one's own practice and the goals of one's path.

Suitable for beginning and experienced meditators. Please bring notebook. Meditation cushions and chairs provided. Restaurants are nearby or bring sack lunch. More

1 comment:

Judy Jackson said...

Thanks for sharing this post. I really love meditation because it helps me relax with all the stresses in life. :)- www.thestillplace.com