A Day of Mindfulness and
Meditation with Janka
Saturday, March 18, 2017
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
“Do everything with a mind that lets go.
Don’t accept praise or gain or anything else.
If you let go a little, you will have a little peace.
If you let go a lot, you will have a lot of peace.
If you let go completely,
you will have a complete peace”
– Ajahn Chah
In this world of plenty with constant opportunities for instant gratification the mind can conceive of many desirable things, and all that wanting can stir up a lot of agitation in the mind. Discerning what one actually needs at any given time within the range of wants and desirables is a helpful wisdom practice leading to inner peace. Through the practice of wise letting go, we begin to realize that the dissatisfaction and the sense of lack we feel will never go away through having or storing something up; and that true fulfillment and happiness comes from developing the mind and heart through meditation.
This half-day of practice will consist of guided meditations, walking meditations, instructive talks, group discussions and written homework suggestions.
To register, please follow this link to Facebook
and reply as GOING.
***Space is limited to 25, please only reply as GOING
if you are sure to attend***
There is no set fee. Donation/Dana for LSLK and the teacher
(traveling from Chattanooga) are encouraged.
It is recommended that participants have experience with meditative or contemplative practice.
Janka Livoncova has been practicing meditation and yoga since 1994 and teaching since 2004. Her guiding dharma teacher is DaeJa Napier. See Facebook for more details.
Click HERE to visit Janka’s website