a universal experience that is so pervasive that its impact on our lives is rarely fully recognized. Who hasn't felt
that attaining what you want will finally bring you the happiness you yearn for, only to find that when it is attained your
dissatisfaction returns? If we can learn to recognize our wanting mind at its most basic and subtle levels, we can see
how we get trapped in unhealthy behaviors and begin liberating ourselves. Then we can live a life marked by contentment
and compassion rather than persistent struggle.
In this workshop you will be guided through practices to:
- illuminate the wanting mind
- experience mindfulness of mind and mindfulness of body
- negotiate habitual brain states that sabotage your
apply awareness, self-kindness, and compassion as antidotes to craving
DATE: Sat. March 30, 2011, 9-4:00
Albany Shambhala Center, Albany, NC
BE LIMITED AND PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Dress comfortably for meditation and movement, and bring a lunch
for a mindful eating session.
Sasha Loring has been teaching meditation workshops and retreats nationwide for over 30 years.
She has taught the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and the Mindfulness Training for Professionals programs at Duke
Integrative Medicine. Sasha has spent considerable time in meditation retreat, the longest being for one year.