Tibetan prayer wheel, Ladakh. Revolving cylinder inscribed with or containing prayers, a revolution of which symbolizes the repetition of a prayer, used by Tibetan Buddhists.Tibetan prayer wheel, Ladakh. Revolving cylinder inscribed with or containing prayers, a revolution of which symbolizes the repetition of a prayer, used by Tibetan Buddhists.
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MEDITATION series Farewell to 2021

An invitation to Let Go

  • Started Dec 1, 2021
  • 60 Swiss francs
  • online via Zoom

Description

Turn the wheel and welcome the new year with an open heart and a clear mind. For anyone who wishes to enter the new year with a clean page and let go of outdated ideas and beliefs about who you, or others, must be. __________________________________________________________________________ Meditation supports the process of letting go. Together, in this meditation circle we will quiet our minds, tune into our hearts, and activate our will. Realizing you have nothing to acquire, you create space to clearly see your path and let go of what stands between you and your dreams. Uniting our hearts and our voices we will prepare ourselves to see out the old and in the new. ___________________________________________________________________________ Four evenings of meditation and mantras to help you let go and welcome the new year with ease and grace. ◦ 1, 8, 15, 22 December 2021 ◦ 18.30- 20.00 CET ◦ online via Zoom ◦ Maximum 10 participants ◦ 60 francs/$/Euro Format |- opening discussion |- guided meditation |- self reflection |- closing discussion Meditations will be recorded and made available to circle members. For more information or to join this MEDITATION circle Nicolecrabtree.food@gmailcom or register here directly


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

Money refunded up to 3 days prior to start. Less than 3 days, no refunds.


Contact Details

nicolecrabtree.food@gmail.com

Lugano, Switzerland