Calm & Connect: Sunday Meditation & Conversation
Online • Houston • December 6, 2020
In the midst of a crazy year, one of the greatest gifts has been our weekly Global Meditation event, born out of the need for Calm & Clarity. Come connect w/ other amazing individuals around the world
Sunday, December 6, 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST
Now more than ever, the critical need for change, is evident.
Meditation is an incredible asset, supporting the health of our mind, body, and spirit. Meditation enables the ability to shift perspectives, to stay grounded and not get caught up in the mental mania so that we can not only survive, but thrive.
Meditation also fosters kindness and compassion, something we cannot get enough of right now. The Dalai Lama, deeply familiar with pain, struggle, and crisis, at a young age, articulates “Love and Kindness are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, we will not survive. Now more than ever, Meditation is a huge need to support turbulent times. Meditation enables us to connect more deeply to ourselves and ultimately the world around us.
Meditation reduces stress, combats anxiety and depression, and boosts the immune system (vs. stress which conversely depresses the immune system).
Meditation also creates fertile ground for neural plasticity AND aids in overall contentment.
That’s just the short-list.
We’ll come together, ground, I’ll guide everyone through a 10-15 minute meditation, followed by time to connect as a collective across states and countries. We’ll finish with a quote to inspire and keep the positive momentum going.
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10:00-10:05 CST Welcome & Join
10:05-10:15 CST Week's theme and guidance
10:15-10:20 CST Mini Stretch to get into our bodies
10:20-10:30/35 CST Meditation
10:35-10:55 CST Time to Connect, discuss the theme, Meditation & More
10:55 - 11:00 CST Mini Closing Meditation & Final Words.
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