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New Meditation Series 

The Heart of What Matters~
Learning to Live Wisely

"We need meditation to help us grow in beauty, love, and patience. When we don’t know our true nature, the deeper aspect of our being, we can make absurd demands on life. Before we know it, we are getting caught up in the superficial aspects of life at the expense of connecting to true happiness." 

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Announcing Our New Meditation Series

We need meditation to help us grow in beauty, love, and patience. When we don’t know our true nature, the deeper aspect of our being, we can make absurd demands on life. Before we know it, we are getting caught up in the superficial aspects of life at the expense of connecting to true happiness. 

 

Meditation is the basis of a life of splendid health, untiring energy, unfailing love, and abiding wisdom. It is the foundation of that deep inner peace for which we long, knowingly or unknowingly. 

 

No human being can ever find lasting satisfaction in money, success, prestige, or anything else the world offers.

Whether we realize it or not, what we are actually searching for is not something that temporarily satisfies us but that which brings the deepest fulfillment, our deeper authentic state, our true nature. This is an experience of joy expressed through unending awakened qualities and is meant to be brought forward and embodied in our daily lives, woven into the fabric of our work, shared in our relationships, born through our creativity, and shared in the world for the benefit of others. 

 

For seven weeks, Cary will lay the ground for meditation, gradually learning to recognize and abide in our essential nature and connect to the field of consciousness that holds and heals. 

 

This series, which will be held in person and on Zoom, is suitable for beginners and those with experience. 

 

 

Click the link below to add your name to the waiting list. Stay tuned for the course starting dates and times.

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"For discovering one's true inner nature, I think one should try to take some time, with quiet and relaxation, to think more inwardly and to investigate the inner world."

~H.H. Dalai Lama

With Meditation & Movement Teacher and Ayurvedic Healer

Cary Twomey

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