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Teaching Hong-Sau Technique Correctly

Some teachers misunderstand Hong-Sau and miss its subtlety and power. Hong-Sau helps us develop concentration by observing the natural movement of the breath. We want to let the breath flow without controlling it in any way—not trying to breathe diaphragmatically, … Continue reading

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Teaching Meditation in the Hospital

by Christi Harsono I taught the Ananda Meditation Class at Sutter Roseville Medical Center. It was presented in a package as a part of Integrative Care Program, which included: Future of Health Care Acupressure: Jin Shen Jitsu Aromatherapy; Self-care techniques … Continue reading

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How to Teach Meditation to Children

Author: A graduate of MTT (prefers to remain anonymous). Letter written in 2014 I have been an aid in the school district of a town with a population of about 8500 and with a strong Christian tradition. I mainly work … Continue reading

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Directing a Meditation Center in Dent, UK

by Annette Brooke I had the privilege to be asked to become Director of The Meditation Center in Dent, UK in February, 2012.  The Center is a beautiful converted chapel in the Yorkshire Dales. It is run as a charity … Continue reading

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Creating an International Family

In October of 2013, we had a Meditation Teacher Training Level 1, at The Expanding Light Retreat. 19 great souls joined us from all over the world. Participants came from 11 different countries: USA, Italy, Germany, England, Belgium, Israel, Thailand, … Continue reading

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I Have a Dream

Yes, I am a great admirer of Martin Luther King Jr., but that’s not what I want to talk about. Martin Luther King’s work and his famous “I have a dream” speech helped change the face of race relations in … Continue reading

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Level 2 Meditation Teacher Training

As I’ve worked with meditation teachers over the years, I’ve listened closely in order to understand what tools they realize they need, now that they’re out in the field teaching. Over and over, I’ve heard that they need additional meditation-related … Continue reading

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