Meditation & Mindfulness – Keeping it Simple with Shey Khandro
Time & Location
About the Event
MARCH 31ST EVENT WILL BE CONDUCTED THROUGH ZOOM. EACH EVENT WILL BE A CASE BY CASE BASIS, BUT WE HOPE FOR THESE TO BE IN-PERSON IN THE FUTURE.
You must register to receive the Zoom meeting link. Once you register, the Zoom link will be emailed to you along with instructions on how to set this up on your personal device.
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Classes will be held from 4-5 pm on Tuesdays, March 31 – May 19.
3/31, 4/7, 4/14, 4/21, 4/28, 5/5, 5/12, 5/19
Meditation & Mindfulness are hot topics in today’s world. Meditation is known to:
- reduce stress
- increase focus and productivity
- enhance mental, physical and emotional health
New to meditation? An experienced meditator? All are welcome. Any age or any level of experience are invited.
We will explore:
- Simple meditation techniques for beginning or experienced meditators
- Finding inner Peace
- Making meditation a regular part of your life
- Cultivating your “Loving Kindness Muscle”
In this intimate setting, we will have the opportunity to answer questions and share our experiences of meditation. Together we will support each other on our journey to wellness and inner peace.
Some of the many benefits of meditation are:
- Enhances focus & concentration
- Promotes self-esteem & confidence
- Relaxes the nervous system & reduces anxiety
- Reduces busy-ness & mental chatter
- Cultivates intuition & self-awareness
Come by yourself or bring your besties. The more the merrier 🙂
Learn About Shey Khandro:
Born Teresa Anne and raised in the United States, Sherab was ordained as a Buddhist nun in the Tibetan tradition for 15 years. Her art and philosophy for living express a blend of the East and the West. A modern woman and one of the early Western artists to receive formal training from Tibetan masters in exile, her art is naturally an expression of the ancient and the contemporary. In her paintings, she uses the neo-impressionist style of pointillism, tiny dots of color creating rich and vibrant imagery. Utilizing the intent of her vow as a Bodhisattva, a vow taken by Buddhists to return again and again until all suffering has come to an end, each stroke of the brush holds a prayer of compassion.
In addition to spending time creating artwork, writing, or speaking, Shey offers opportunities to explore the fundamentals of meditation and mindfulness. Drawing on her years of training as a Buddhist nun and her continued study in the areas of Eastern philosophy, metaphysics and contemporary brain science, she offers tools to help navigate our ever-changing world and stay connected to a deeper sense of Peace.
For more infor about Shey and her art, visit: SheyGlobal.com