I taught a 9.5 hour Meditation 101 class at the University of Texas in Arlington. I’ve condensed it into a 3 hour individual class that teaches the basics of yogic meditation. It also teaches ways of training your mind to deal with negative emotions and chronic thinking. Peace of mind is a state of being; this class will teach you the tools needed for achieving that peace.
You will take from this class a complete overview of yogic meditational practices plus a meditational technique that combines all of what you’ve learned.
It is a wonderful introduction to the whole process of meditation and gives you a foundation for creating your own practice.
This Class Will Teach
The process of meditation, and why you meditate.
How mediation is used to combat negative mental states of mind such as depression, anxiety, and worry.
How meditation is used to reduce cancer, neurological dysfunction, and other physical illnesses.
You will learn different techniques to increase the strength of your meditation; sound, mantras, mudras, bandas, pranayama, and intention.
Mantras: A brief look at the Sanskrit language and the use of sound and mantras to increase the power of your meditation.
Mudras: How hand gestures can affect the passage of energy through the body and increase the intention of your meditation.
Pranayama: The introduction of breath work into your meditation, and its importance in releasing the chakra system.
Bandas: How to use energy locks to increase the strength of your meditation.
Finally, you will learn the Chakra system and how to clear your chakras by combining all the techniques you learned in this class into one meditational practice.
A workbook is provided with pictures and illustrations of the techniques to be taught. You will also be provided with a detailed description of the yogic chakra system and how it is affected by the techniques you will learn.
To sign up for the class, visit my Meetup.com group.
Next Class Date
January 19th, 2020 – 4 pm – 6 pm
To sign up, visit my meetup.com group.
A $20.00 donation is appreciated. All proceeds will go to the Monkey Mind Tales Book Donation Project.