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Jim Dalton, Mindfulness Mentor

Mindfulness Training and Practice

NEW Location

Aspen Grove Wellness Center

9925 SW Nimbus Ave

Map Below

Beaverton, OR 97008-7591

(503) 596-2774

Directions

Mindful Movement and Sitting Meditation

Connecting With the Body

Connecting With the Earth

Take time to slow down and connect with the wisdom of the body. Sharing relaxing movement in a group setting is a perfect complement for silent sitting practice. We will alternate seated guided meditations and relaxing QiGong techniques throughout the day.

Withdraw from the busy-ness of the world around us. Focus on essential good health and wellness. The Chinese character for “BUSY” is “heart-killing.” QiGong helps us slow down, deepen the breath, and relax the unconscious holding and defensiveness we carry throughout our typical days. Make a day of rest for yourself. You deserve it.

Cost: $20

Plan on bringing a snack to share with the group.

Take time to slow down and connect with the wisdom of the body. Sharing relaxing movement in a group setting is a perfect complement for silent sitting practice. We will alternate seated guided meditations and relaxing QiGong techniques throughout the day.

Register online OR Call Pam at 503.596-2774

Questions: email [email protected]

Natural Tai Chi

True understanding in a person has two attributes:

awareness and action.

Together they form a natural tai chi.

Who can enjoy enlightenment and remain indifferent to suffering in the world?

This is not in keeping with the Way

Only those who increase their service along with their understanding can be called men and women of Tao.

-- Hua Hu Ching, Lao Tzu

The Hands That Work On Us...

What is required of us is that we love the difficult and learn to deal with it. In the difficult are the friendly forces, the hands that work on us.

-- Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 - 1926)

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