What is meditation?
Meditation is the state of witness whereby one can 'Consciously
direct his/her attention to alter one's state of consciousness."
In other words, Meditation is a discipline through which those
seeking tranquility and harmony may discover a heightened
awareness, acceptance and ability to let go. The goal of meditation
is to face yourself, to look within. Meditation is not about
achieving anything, including enlightenment. One meditates
to discipline the mind, to cultivate awareness, and to see
things as they are. There's no limit to the things you can
direct your attention toward... symbols, sounds, colors, breath,
uplifting thoughts, spiritual realms, etc. Meditation techniques
employed include observing the breath, Vipassana or sitting
meditation, mudra, chanting, visualization and/or aromatherapy
.Meditation is simply about attention... where you direct
it, and how it alters your consciousness.
What is the purpose
was (and still is) used for spiritual growth...i.e. becoming
more conscious; unfolding our inner Light, Love, & Wisdom;
becoming more aware of the guiding Presence in our lives;
accelerating our journey home to our True Self...our Spirit.
The goal of meditation is to face yourself, to look within.
More recently, meditation
has become a valuable tool for finding a peaceful oasis of
relaxation and stress relief in a demanding, fast-paced world.
put is for:
Emotional cleansing & balancing
Deepening concentration & insight
Exploring higher realities
Finding inner guidance
Monthly Group Meditation
Monthly group meditation
meets the third Tuesday every month at 7:30 pm excepting
holiday weeks at the home studio located at 58 N. Main St.
Each month the group will explore a particular theme, e.g.,
Prosperity. The group meets for one hour; no prior experience
is necessary. Watch the monkey mind that jumps about and discipline
your mind to become a great tool for self-realization.
Ingrid F. Miles, KRI
Certified Yoga and Meditation Instructor, guides the group
in meditation. Cost is $15/session or one-pass from your pass
card. Pass cards may be purchased at a cost of $100 for 8
To be placed on the
E-update regarding upcoming meditation gatherings and theme
for the month, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org
and provide your name, telephone number, email and snail-mail
information to receive future mailings.