How to Build a Meditation Practice
We’re excited to announce our first meditation retreat/workshop on Saturday and Sunday, November 6th and 7th, “How to Build a Meditation Practice”. This retreat will be for all levels of practice; from novice to advanced.
We will spend time exploring the polarity of Doing and Non-Doing to develop a CONSISTENT daily meditation practice that is compelling, healing, loving, and satisfying – while setting the foundation for the practice to grow organically based on each individual’s unique needs.
We’ll explore the following topics via discussion, practice, and feedback:
- How to arrive and show up for practice again, and again, and again; with an eager, open, joyful, and playful heart.
- Developing our meta-cognition to self diagnosis and assess the particular and unique “practice medicine” each of us requires.
- How to utilize the Doing of “alignment practices” (e.g., breathing, chanting, and visualization) to set the stage for an easy and enjoyable transition into the Meditation of Non Doing
- How to set up and stabilize the Non-Dual View of Dzogchen (Great Completeness)
Saturday, November 6th , 9:30AM to 12:00PM, and 1:30PM to 4:30PM EST
Sunday, November 7th, 9:30 AM to 12:00PM, and 1:30PM to 3:30PM EST
Online. Link will be provided upon registration.
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Biography: Fran Slavich has been a dedicated student, practitioner, and teacher of Yoga and Meditation for over 20 years. In particular, he has spent the last 10+ years immersed in the Tibetan Meditation traditions of MahaMudra (Great Embrace) and Dzogchen (Great Completeness). He has combined this with a deep interest in the latest neuroscience research illuminating the nature of perception, and the mechanisms of our psychological conditioning. Fran is deeply committed to sharing this wonderful path of awakening with all that have interest.