Sneak Preview: Social Meditation

with Rachel Hanson & Yuko Lawrence

November 28th (2017)

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    Room: Main Shrine Room

    Sneak Preview: SOCIAL MEDITATION

    Bear witness.

    Cultivate fearless leadership.

    Practice unifying body, speech, and mind.

    Join us as Rachel Hanson and Yuko Lawrence from the Denver Shambhala Community lead us in social meditation. Social mediation is a process of creating a culture of authenticity and nowness by listening and speaking from our present moment experience. The foundation of good society is being unashamed of who we are. Empowering this quality in ourselves and others creates a culture of sanity and well-being. Social Meditation is a newly evolving way to experience meditation as a form of cultural interaction, which allows us to experience our individual and collective goodness.

    Who should attend? Open to all, this group practice brings the wisdom of meditation into the vibrancy of social interaction. We will explore what it means to communicate authentically by listening and speaking from our present moment experience. This practice teaches us that it is possible to be exactly who we are in each moment. We will explore how we can use this recognition to promote more authenticity, acceptance, and well-being in our communities and work with difficult situations as they occur.

    Please register through the link below.  There is no charge for this program, but we ask that you register all the same.