Meditation in Everyday Life

with Muriel Chaput & Nuie Setthanan

September 11th—October 9th (2018) -Date postponed or cancelled

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  • $110 Program Price
  • $20 Deposit

Meditation In Everyday Life

Bring a friend and get two for one on the program price of this five-week program on Tuesdays.

By making a deep connection to the present moment and understanding our mind through the practice of meditation, we learn to make friends with ourselves…

While meditation has many benefits, establishing a consistent personal practice can be extremely challenging for both new and experienced meditators alike. In that spirit, the Halifax Shambhala Centre presents a five week course: Meditation in Everyday Life.

This program is designed to help new meditators develop a regular practice and bring the benefits of mindfulness meditation to their daily lives. Through establishing a consistent meditation practice, we learn to relax and simply be with whatever is going on in our lives. Over time, this meditation helps us to cultivate courage, humor, and stability in the face of the daily complexities we all experience – in our jobs, relationships, and all aspects of daily life.

Meditation in Everyday Life combines technique and view in a setting of support and community to provide you with all the tools you need to establish a strong and consistent meditation practice.
Give yourself the gift of meditation and infuse your life and the lives of those around you with compassion, caring and kindness.

The program will be presented by teacher Muriel Chaput and course leader Nuie Setthanan.

Meditation in Everyday Life is the first class in the Way of Shambhala curriculum. The Way of Shambhala path is a secular course of practice and study which consists of weekly classes and weekend retreats suitable for both beginning and experienced meditators, and open to people of any spiritual tradition. This comprehensive overview of meditation and contemplative living practices presents the profound, simple and incredibly relevant view that when we foster a more awake and compassionate relationship with ourselves and with others, we are creating a more awake and compassionate world.