Remembering The Breath In Meditation With Jonathan Foust
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About the Event
Many forms of meditation rely on awareness of breath as a foundational element of practice. This technique is sometimes referred to as ‘remembering.’
But what is it we are remembering when we return our attention to the here and now of the easy, natural flow of this breath? How can awareness of breath lead to happiness, inner peace and even liberation?
Join us to learn more!
About Jonathan Foust
Jonathan Foust, MA, CSA, is a senior teacher with the Insight Meditation Community of Washington. A former president of Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, he learned meditation at the age of fifteen and lived for many years in a monastic setting studying with world-renowned teachers. He has been leading retreats and trainings for over 35 years.
In addition to a public, donation-based weekly meditation class and podcast, Jonathan teaches internationally and has offered courses and trainings for organizations such as The World Bank, the Young President’s Organization, the U.S. Senate, the House of Representatives and for the DC Superior Court Justices.He is the creator of “Body-Centered Inquiry: Meditation Training to Awaken Your Inner Guidance Vitality and Loving Heart,” as well as “A Touch of Grace: Bamboo Flute Meditations” and other products.
He lives outside of Washington, DC with his wife, Tara Brach and their slightly demented dog.
Body-Centered Inquiry: Meditation Training to Awaken Your Inner Guidance, Vitality and Loving Heart http://www.soundstrue.com/store/body-centered-inquiry-5896.html
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