Somatic meditation involves a bottom-up process, wherein we connect with the inherent, self-existing wakefulness that is already present within this human body of ours.
– Reginald Ray, The Practice of Pure Awareness
Wednesday Meditations with Phil, 12pm Eastern
The Wednesday Meditations, once hosted by that Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art, are now hosted by me. Join a community of practitioners from around the globe as I provide guided instruction until half past the hour.
You can register for the Wednesday Meditations by clicking the link below and filling out the simple form. Once registered you’ll receive an email from Zoom with the information necessary for connecting each Wednesday through December 14, 2022.
Morning Meditation Series restarts September 5, 2022
The morning meditation series is about to begin a new four-week progression. If you are interested in somatic meditation, consider joining us.
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Join Phil for an exploration of somatic meditation. Each Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday (Tuesday, & Thursday are silent practice, Sundays off), 6:30-7:10am EDT, we’ll work with various body-centric practices that help us encounter the meditating body — the part of us that continually offers pure, open, unconditional awareness.
Participants come when they can — some every morning, others a few times a week. Throughout the week we’ll delve into one core practice with variations, progressing over approximately four weeks to a more complete practice of pure awareness.
Meditations at the Smithsonian
For several years, I have offered guided practice at the Meyer Auditorium at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art. Now, about one Friday a month, I offer a meditation on a work of art.
Montgomery College Meditation Courses
If you are a resident of Montgomery County Maryland and 50 or over, please join me for an eight-week meditation course starting Tuesday March 2, 2021. This online course, offered through Montgomery College’s Lifelong Learning Institute, will include meditation practice and an examination of various topics relevant to meditation published by leading experts. Topics may include: mindfulness, the intersection between yoga and meditation, and the neuroscience of meditation.
Course: LLI445 CRN #: 34626
12 Hours, 8 Sessions
$75 + $92 = $167; NMR add $120
Tuesdays 3/20-4/20 1-2:30pm ET
Online: For Registration Information (including links to detailed online registration instructions), visit https://bit.ly/WDCE_RegistrationInformation. For assistance with online registration, don’t hesitate to contact Customer Service 240-567-5188.
Fax completed registration form to 240-567-1877.
Workforce Development and Continuing Education
51 Mannakee Street
Campus Center Room 220
Rockville, Md 20850-1195
Credit card is the preferred method of payment during COVID-19 due to limited access for bank deposits of checks.
Please register at least 3 days before the start of class to ensure your information is provided to your instructor. If you have not received your link by the day before the start of class, please contact our office immediately.