Notes from Meditation classes by Stanley Merrill
Would you like the people in your organization to learn how to meditate, why they should meditate and how meditation works. There is a 1.5 hour class that covers these topics and also provides free guided meditation to help people get started in a meditation practice. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a class.
6104 Auden Street
Call 713-662-5895 to register for West U classes
You DO NOT have to live in West U or be a senior to attend
Meditation Discussion Group – Second and Fourth Wednesdays – 2 PM to 3:30 PM
(On summer break will resume September 27th 2017)
We spend 30 minutes of each class doing a guided meditation and then we discuss readings. We have read and discussed “The Happiness Trap”, “The Power of Now” and “When things Fall Apart”
Mondays – 7 PM to 8:30 PM
Led by Ginger Clarkson – Free
They meet in the Fireside Room at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 5200 Fannin Street. They are open to people of all faiths, or none. Currently, they are led by Ginger Clarkson, a Community Dharma Leader trained by James Baraz, Jack Kornfield and other teachers at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California. Typically, the sessions begin with a few minutes of Qi Gong exercises, followed by approximately half an hour of silent meditation. A talk applying principles of Buddhist philosophy to everyday life often follows, succeeded by discussion. Click here for the website.