Neuromindfulness & Dialogues on the Art of Living

 

A New Form of Mindfulness Meditation for Insight, Energy, and Calmness

Dates: Six consecutive Wednesdays starting July 13, 2016  (7/13 – 8/17) 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Investment:   $125

You are warmly invited to attend a six session course in neuromindfulness, a form of David Programmeditation that combines the ancient 2,500 year-0ld Eastern practice of mindfulness with insights from neuroscience. This approach to meditation is designed to deactivate the stress response in the most primitive parts of the human brain.

Since most people struggle with meditating, this course is designed to reduce the strain and frustration they’ve experienced in their previous attempts.  Much of the course will be group discussion about the art of living, as meditation is ultimately much more than a technique. It’s a way of being in the world that allows us a greater sense of ease and clarity.  This course is appropriate for both experienced meditators and people who are new to meditation.

In this 6 session course, you will learn:

  • How to make meditation a habit
  • How to have meditation be a pleasant and successful experience
  • How to reduce stress by understanding its roots
  • How to use meditation to bring more clarity and peacefulness into your life
David MercierInstructor: David Mercier, M.S., L.Ac. studied mindfulness meditation as a Buddhist monk in Sri Lanka from 1975 to 1977. He has had a practice in life coaching and acupuncture in Easton, Maryland since 1983, and is the author of the award-winning A Beautiful Medicine, the textbook for a course he teaches at Johns Hopkins University.

NOTE: The 1st class cannot be missed  You will be asked to meditate at least 7 minutes daily.