Mindfulness Meditation is both a study and a practice, drawn from two ancient truths, Satipatthana Sutra and Anapanasati Sutra (see footnote). These texts are our guidebook to fully explore the mind-body process and connection and are broken down into
Meditation is a practice in training awareness – such as mindfulness, or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought or activity – to train attention and our reactions to observe the fluctuations of the mind and feed mentally clarity, self-awareness, and emotional intelligence. We’re not trying to turn off our thoughts or feelings, rather we’re learning to observe them without judgment. Eventually, you may start to better understand them, and be better able to communicate them with Loved ones, colleagues challenging individuals.
Our work together will focus on developing a regular meditation practice and to cultivate the foundations of Mindfulness into daily life.
Receive instructions on walking and seated meditation
Learn how to prepare your body to sit without pain or strain
Work mindfulness into your everyday routine with bells-of-mindfulness
I offer these teachings privately, semi-privately, to small groups and to families.
To inquire or book, please contact me.
Footnote: The Satipatthana Sutra outlines the Buddha's deep investigation that aims to engage your witness consciousness through studying The Four Foundations of Mindfulness, or the Sixteen Contemplations. The Anapanasati Sutra is a system taught by the Buddha pairing mindful awareness and conscious breathing to develop serenity and insight and is a natural progression out of the Satipatthana Sutra.