"Liberation in meditation is self-mastery.
Self-mastery is not reaching for perfection. It’s working with your imperfection. You’re already perfect in some sense, where all self-judgement and faults are merely an illusion of projection. Navigating the mind, gives us self awareness and ability to rediscover our true-self."
Navigating the Mind
In addition to learning simple and advanced meditation skills, over these four weeks you’ll also learn how to navigate your mind through observation and awareness of your programmed thought patterns and how to break through those patterns and change the thought patterns that no longer serve you.
In the first hour, I will guide you through mediation and the second hour I will guide you in a discussion on the deeper layers of navigating your mind, how to do it, and why this process is important in becoming liberated (self-mastery) and living your true self. Each week you will be assigned meditation and questions for homework which you’ll also be able to share in the second hour.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is for someone who is serious and dedicated about understanding the true nature of their mind. It’s hard work, but it’s work that, over time and with practice, you will see results.
This is for beginners that have never meditated before and also seasonal meditators, who want to learn an intuitive approach of navigating your own mind. You must be committed in all aspects! When you complete this workshop, you will have naturally developed a habit to meditate up to 35mins daily or possibly even more. Be open minded, set no expectations. Trust the process. Trust in the experience.
4 Weeks of workshop (2 hours per week)
Week 1 – Observing the Mind Learn the patterns, thoughts and conditioning of your mind.
Week 2 – Break Free the Mind Learn how to interrupt thought patterns and reprogram your mind.
Week 3 – Taming the Mind Learn how to protect and tame the mind.
Week 4 – Integrating the Mind Apply all 3 weeks of meditation and how to integrate it all into your daily practice