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Meditation

     "To meditate means to go home to yourself.  Then you know how to take care of the things that are happening inside you, and you know how to take care of the things that happen around you."  Thich Nhat Hanh

My own serious meditation practice began in 1980, under the tutelage  of Marci Kersten of Jamaica Plain, Ma.

The power of meditating with the colors of the chakras  became apparent to me very quickly, as the benefits of our practices were  quickly experienced by myself and my classmates.  More enhanced intuition, calmer overall state, freedom from various types of stress, more groundedness, a more balanced energy field as well as self awareness of it, and stepping over the threshold into a transformational process that would ensue  for the rest of my life.

Since that time my training and exposure in meditation has been extensive.  Some of these methods include zen buddhist approaches, kundalini meditation, guided imagery & visualization, Barbara Brennan Healing Science, 

Kabbalistic meditation, mindfulness, breathwork, and so much more.   Over a 25 year period I have  taught many of my clients to meditate and assisted them in hurdling the obstacles that present themselves to many as they start to work with their minds in such a different way.   It has become my passion and joy to do this, and I have developed a number of  multi-week  Meditation Class Series that I offer several times annually.   The titles of those classes are:

Meditation Buffet, which offers a smorgasbord of styles of meditation.

Meditation with the Chakras

Meditations with the Earth

Meditations for Self Care and Self Healing.

Please check the Classes page for more information on the current scheduling.

Thank you, and I look forward to sharing a sacred space with you as we meditate together.

Linda

    "Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky.  Conscious breathing is my anchor."   Thich Nhat Hanh