Meditation & Attachment
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
In yoga, we talk about letting go of what no longer serves us. This can be said of anything or anyone who weighs us down physically, mentally, emotionally, or spiritually. It refers to our attachment to certainties in life. It can manifest itself in behaviors that leave us feeling unfulfilled or anxious. It is trying to live up to expectations and desires that invariably leave us with a compromised sense of self.
Like anything that is unwanted – extra body weight, a toxic relationship, a career that no longer serves our best interest – it can be difficult to shed. Part of the goals behind meditation is to not have to let go, later, of what has become a burden, but rather to not hold on to it in the first place.
Meditation For Beginners
"Quiet the mind, and the soul will speak."
Life can get hectic at times, as there are many things that are out of our control. Meditation is a simple, yet very effective way of calming our minds and changing them for the better. By developing a meditation practice, you will learn the habits of your mind as a means to cultivate a more positive way of being.
Join Lauren for a workshop to understand the tools to begin a meditation practice. Gain concentration, emotional positivity, and tranquility from within amidst the chaos of day-to-day life.
Benefits of Meditation:
· Reduces Stress
· Improves Concentration
· Increase self-awareness
· Reduces Anxiety and Depression
· Creates Self Acceptance
· Slows Aging by Reducing Stress
· Benefits cardiovascular and immune system health
Day of Pricing
· Wear light, comfortable clothing.
· Avoid eating at least one hour before and drink lots of water afterwards.
· Bring mat and water.
(Mat/towel rental and water for purchase at the studio.)
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