Meditation

Date(s): 08/20/2020
Time: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Location
Mountain View Studio

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Dan Globus and Khenpo Tenkyong from the KTD Monastery

Dan Globus and Khenpo Tenkyong from the KTD Monastery

Fee: By donation, $20 recommended donation per person
Place: Outdoor deck and lawn outside of Mountain View Studio
Seating and Safety: There will be 6 meditation cushions on the deck and seating on the lawn for up to 14 people. There will be 6-feet of social distancing on the deck and lawn. Attendees are encouraged to wear masks and may remove their masks, once seated, if the person(s) around you feel comfortable with you doing so. Please be respectful and courteous to the person(s) around you.

Details: Many people practice what they call “Meditation”. They have picked it up by watching some videos, listening to an App, reading a book, or maybe learned from a friend. Some people simple close their eyes and “Zen out”.

In these two classes, you will learn how to properly meditate based upon a combination of traditional Tibetan Buddhist, Vipassana and Mindfulness Meditation techniques. This is a completely non-religious form of meditation that anyone can learn and practice. In this style of meditation, you will learn how to focus on any change you wish to bring into your life and how to bring about that change.

After we learn how to meditate, we will do a guided meditation where you will be able to practice and experience the benefits of meditation. Each guided meditation will combine elements of healing, compassion, love, and removing negative feelings. At the end of the class, you will have an opportunity to ask questions of the teacher and discuss your experience in the class.

About the Instructor: These classes will be led by Dan Globus. Dan is the Director and lead teacher at The Compassion Center and Meditation House. The Compassion Center was formerly located in Staten Island. Dan has relocated from Staten Island to Woodstock and became a permanent resident of Woodstock in December of last year.

Dan did his first meditation 53 years ago. Ten years ago, he met and befriended an ordained Tibetan Buddhist Monk of the Gelug lineage. This monk taught Dan a style of meditation that he referred to as “Himalayan meditation”. It is a combination of traditional Tibetan, Vipassana and Mindfulness Meditation techniques. Dan has been teaching since and has taught well over one thousand people how to meditate. He teaches people how to remove anxiety and stress, how to make peace with deep routed emotional and psychological issues, how to let go, how to start and maintain recovery, how to let go of anger, and so much more.

Bookings

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