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Marlies Myoku Cocheret ~ Exploring Meditation

Friday, October 13, 2023 @ 7:30am - 8:30am (Pacific Time)

Your body is a refined sense organ.
It is a portal into the beautiful Silent Presence that you are.
Let’s sit together … abide as You … for All

Meditation is the art of inner exploration. It’s an opportunity to slow down and receive all of life exactly as it is. Using your body as a portal into your Yourself, we will explore how to connect with and abide as your true essence underneath all the daily busy-ness.

You may have noticed that often the mind does not settle easily. In fact, in quietude, all the things you have been trying to avoid often come bubbling up to the surface. It’s not a problem. They simply want to be met with that gentle, fierce and spacious awareness which is what you truly are.

The more we learn to rest as our underlying silent nature, no matter what arises within us, the easier it becomes to keep our seat when the winds of life pull us back and forth.

Come set the tone for the day and be close with yourself in an embodied way.

Watch Marlies share about meditation:

Marlies Myoku Cocheret was invited to teach the Dharma by Adyashanti in 2000. She teaches meditation, retreats, and works as a Hakomi therapist and psychologist. She brings a potent invitation into the deep silence that you are, and guides you into embodied connection with your humanity and divine nature. With her grounded presence and therapeutic experience, people feel safe to explore meditation and awakening, knowing that whatever comes up is welcome and can be held.

www.marliescocheret.com

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Date:
Friday, October 13, 2023
Time:
7:30am - 8:30am (Pacific Time)
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Open Circle Center – Online Events
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