​        MEDITATION GROUPS, CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS

110 Delgado Street Suite D, Santa Fe NM 87501

505-982-4183

                                                          Weekly/Monthly/Ongoing & Open



Schedule


          Time/Date TBD

           Internet



          Saturdays at 8 am
          Ralph Steele
          Life Transition Meditation Center, Santa Fe, NM





  • Sunday, March 11, 2018
    Live Dharma Talk
    Ralph Steele
    Worldwide Insight
    12-Noon Mountain Time
    www.worldwideinsight.org





  • Friday, April 13 to 16, 2018
    Minneapolis, Minnesota 
    Intragral Somatic Psychology Module I 
    Dr. Raja Selvam is the developer of ISP, an advanced approach for improving outcomes in all therapy modalities through greater embodiment of emotions, based on scientific findings on the physiology of emotions as well as principles of energy psychology.
    24 CEU-Available
    Assisting: Ralph Steele



  • Friday October 5 to 8, 2018
    Minneapolis, Minnesota 
    Intragral Somatic Psychology Module II
    Dr. Raja Selvam is the developer of ISP, an advanced approach for improving outcomes in all therapy modalities through greater embodiment of emotions, based on scientific findings on the physiology of emotions as well as principles of energy psychology.
    24 CEU-Available
    Assisting: Ralph Steele
     





Life Transition Meditation Center offers retreats several times a year to the public, including youth and families. The Center also offers specific People of Color and Diversity Retreats. A retreat offers a safe place to experience intensive meditation. The central practice is mindfulness, a practice that helps us to see the ways we create difficulties in our lives, to discover freedom from our attachments, and to develop compassion in the midst of all things. Mindfulness practice is complemented by loving-kindness meditation.



Silence is observed during each retreat, except during organized discourses, group discussions, and individual interviews. Reading is also discouraged so that participants will stay more closely in touch with the present--and thus more "present" with experiences as they unfold. In this quiet and mindful environment awareness sharpens, the body becomes still, the mind clears, and space opens for insight and understanding. In this framework the teacher/facilitator becomes a compassionate, talking mirror.



During retreat one discovers that meditation is a direct way to experience reality, offering insight into the healing process and promoting a compassionate attitude towards inner struggles and conflicts. Such a non-threatening approach helps to create unconditional acceptance of self and others, as well as to generate awareness and well-being.



Retreat participants learn that there is a choice: we can live each moment with inattention, fear, and judgment, or we can choose clarity, kindness, and wakefulness. By cultivating--or choosing--the power of awareness, we discover our deep potential for inner freedom and a peaceful mind.