Whether your practice is Vipassana, Yoga, prayer, tennis, or enjoying your breakfast, your ability to concentrate your full attention on the present moment of experience is the key to attaining the results you hope for.
For 2500 years, Buddhist contemplatives have regarded single-pointed concentration to be as vital to health as food and sleep, and generations of meditators have refined step-by-step techniques for training the mind.
In this experiential workshop you will learn proven methods drawn from three meditative traditions that can reverse the fragmenting influence of our multi-tasking, virtual culture on your ability to stay focused on the here and now. These skills can be used in a daily practice to explore the potential of human consciousness as well as to relieve the stress and anxiety of everyday life.
When: Sat/Sun, 15-16th Jun 2013
Time: Two Sessions per day 1:00-3:00pm / 3:30-5:00pm
*Drop-ins for single sessions available
Where: Due to overwhelming response, please note New Venue Oasis Holistic Block 10 #01-50 Selegie House Selegie Road Singapore 180010
Cost: S$25 single sessions/ $75 weekend
Register: firstname.lastname@example.org or Elain +65 9173 1108
Douglas Veenhof is a former mountain guide, an award-winning journalist, and author of White Lama, the newly released biography of Yoga pioneer and Tibet explorer, Theos Bernard. He has studied and practiced Buddhism for more than twenty years and graduated with honors from the seven-year program of advanced Buddhist studies at Diamond Mountain. He writes and blogs on Yoga philosophy and Buddhist meditation drawing from multiple Buddhist traditions and teaches workshops in the United States, Canada, and Europe.