Wednesday, November 30, 2011

A very special Meditation Intensive This Sunday ~

THIS Sunday, December 4th ~ 10am – 1pm
$91 minimum donation

Embrace of the Beloved: Leading You Deeper Into the Heart of Love
A Meditation Intensive to Remember

 What is the HEART of Love?
How could three hours immersed in the experience of it open you deeper to freedom, love, and happiness that aren’t dependent on circumstances or other people?  What would it be like to be able to experience unconditional love inside yourself, for yourself, even when circumstances seem to be going awry?

There is a vast reservoir of strength, stillness, peace, love, and causeless joy within you.  Learning to access it is our task.  Meditation will be our means.  Anyone can learn to enter the profound space of meditation, it's a simple matter of learning your way in.  Each participant will be initiated more deeply into this inner space.

With a combination of sitting meditations, breathing techniques, ancient tools, and culminating in Ecstatic Breathwork, this will be an event to remember!

Don’t worry if you’ve never meditated or don’t feel "good at it".  You’ll be fully supported and guided to finding the doorways that lead you into the places which deep true meditation opens.  This is for all levels of experience.

Breath Deep. Heart Awake. Body Soft. Attention Clear.

Join Us.

When:   Sunday, December 4th, 2011
ime:       10:00am –1:00pm

inimum Donation:  $91

Where:  140 North Swall Dr, Beverly Hills, 90211.  Park on the street.

RSVP:      Send a paypal to "s" to hold your place.  Please select "personal" and "gift" when doing your paypal.

BRING:      A folded blanket and/or yoga mat to lay on for the breathing meditation, eye pillow if you have one, Journal & Pen, any cushions for sitting on, water, and a smile!

Side Note:  When selecting what to sit on for meditation, the guideline is to have your cusions/folded blankets high enough such that the top of your hip bones are above your knees.  If your knees are above the top of your hip bones, your lower back will likely ache from trying to support you.


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