Wellness 101: Autumn Meditation Seriesat Crow Collection of Asian Art
Daily meditation practice transforms our lives without “doing” anything. But why is it so difficult to sit still and do nothing?
Finding Time Sitting Still is a six-week meditation class that shifts those states of mind so that meditation practice becomes a refreshing “get-to” rather than a “should” or “have-to.” Completely Western and non-sectarian, Finding Time Sitting Still focuses on simple metaphors and techniques for understanding and neutralizing the mind. There are no complex maps to follow or techniques to master. This is easy: if you can sit still with your eyes closed for a few minutes, you can do this.
October 1: Reframing Meditation
October 8: “What Do You Want” exercise
October 15: Meditation Techniques
October 22: Forgiveness Process
October 29: Teaching Background
November 5: Recap & Final Metaphor
We’ve taken scores of classes, workshops, and initiations. Let us save you the trouble. The practice we outline in Finding Time Sitting Still is a guilt-free, non-should, user-friendly approach to meditation. We designed it to neutralize resistance long enough for people to see results from the practice. If you’ve ever tried to meditate but couldn’t quiet your mind, this class is for you.
Jon and Linda Caswell, co-teachers