*****The Sacred Meditation Class for this Thursday filled to capacity in less than 12 hours, with more people wanting to register. If the demand is there, I will provide. So I’m adding a Friday Sacred Meditation Class from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. See description and registration below. ******
Due to the constant inquiries from people who have seen what meditation has done for my life, I’ve decided to offer a special class on meditation for those who are awakening to their spiritual calling as lightworkers. This is the perfect opportunity to learn while you practice. The purpose of the class is to teach you the skills to begin your own meaningful meditation practice at home; while providing you with a Sacred Meditation experience during the class. While there are many types of benefits (see below) that naturally occur as a result of a consistent meditation practice, this class is strictly for those seeking spiritual enlightenment to better serve humanity.
WHAT TO EXPECT
During the introduction, you will learn: 1) what meditation is, 2) what it isn’t, and 3) how to practice effectively. You will then be lead as a group into a sacred meditation experience. At the end of the session, you will receive Selena J’s MUSIC THERAPY CD of Sacred Meditation Music.
To ensure a sacred environment and intimate experience, only 10 people will be accepted. The class will be conducted in a sacred space (with candle light and music) at a secret location downtown St. Louis from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, this Friday January 31st. Further instructions will be sent to you after you register. Your instructor will be Selena J, a meditation practitioner since 2000.
Registration is $22.50 and will close once the 10th person has registered. CLICK HERE to reserve your spot via PayPal, then check your e-mail for further instructions.
DID YOU KNOW?
1) Neuroscientists have discovered that meditation can stimulate significant increases in activity in several parts of the left prefrontal cortex—an area of the brain associated with positive emotions, such as happiness, enthusiasm, joy and self-control.
Meditators also showed a decreased level of activity in the parts of the brain related to negative emotions, such as depression, self-centredness and a lack of happiness or satisfaction.
Meditation also produces a calming effect in the amygdala, the part of the brain that acts as a trigger for fear and anger.
2) Meditation and mindfulness techniques are used by a wide range of people, from business leaders, medical professionals, schoolchildren and prison inmates, to lawyers, military personnel, expectant mothers, Olympic athletes and sports stars.
3) It has been discovered that the brain has the ability to change its structure and function—strengthening and expanding circuits that are frequently used, and weakening and shrinking those that are rarely engaged. This flexibility in the brain is what is called ‘neuroplasticity’, and explains why meditation can have a lasting effect on the way we process thoughts and emotions.