Please join us for the Mind/Body Connection Series Talk:
Title: "Meditation, Calming the Brain for Optimal Health"
Date: Tuesday, October 22
Time: 6:30 – 7:45 pm
Place: National Integrated Health Associates (NIHA)
5225 Wisconsin Ave. NW, #402
Washington, D.C. 20015
Speaker: Kuno Bachbauer, LMFT
I invite you to come enjoy an evening of meditation!
Learn how meditation works as a powerful tool to balance the emotional brain and how you can develop the "Meditation Lifestyle."
I learned about meditation over 40 years ago. It has changed my life from the first day that I tried it. In fact, the principles of meditation have become my lifestyle. It has become my preferred way of life. A way of being fully present in the world - as often and as deeply as possible.
I must confess, this path is not easy or natural for me. I have never been an “ideal meditator.” Not even close! I can’t sit still. I fidget. I have a hard time with the routine. I often fall asleep, and when I am awake, my mind wanders all over the place.
So why bother with meditation? And why would I offer an evening of meditation?
The answer may be surprising, but, my experience is exactly what a lot of people experience when they begin to meditate! The struggle. The defeat. The failure at something that appears so simple.