Online & In-person
8:00-9:00 am HST
April 24 to May 22, 2022
Reconnect with the Tao and the Way of Nature for spring through the wisdom of the Tao Te Ching. The series will begin on April 24, 2022- perfect timing to celebrate and invite our own nature back into the Tao for this next cycle of the year.
In this five-week meditation series, we will explore meditation for insight and inspiration as we sit with different passages from the Tao Te Ching. We will cover basic practices for mindfulness and develop our ability to practice a variation of insight meditation, as we are guided by wisdom shared in this ancient text.
In this practice, we will sit with several different translations of the same passage from the Tao Te Ching, giving ourselves time for each one to permeate into our consciousness. We will sit for about twenty minutes of silent insight and reflection, and then we will have time for sharing and questions. Join in for the full time, or just the silent meditation portion. This meditation is suitable for all levels.. No prior experience is required. All welcome!
PLEASE NOTE: In-person participants are welcome to wear masks.
Miku is deeply passionate about living in harmony with the self, others and all beings. She truly believes that each one of us contains the seeds of wisdom for the universe and the true purpose of being a teacher is to help guide each person to access the wisdom they already hold within themselves.
An experienced meditation practitioner and circle facilitator, Miku was raised in a mindfulness tradition and has trained with Dr. Eric Carroll at the Center for Vibrant Living for the past 10 years. She has guided weekly meditation, movement, and community dialogue circles since 2013 and facilitated a number of workshops in the greater Seattle area over the years most recently including Soulshine, Songaia, and Star Community. She has also presented mindfulness, yoga, and movement offerings at festivals and gatherings such as Beloved, Flowstate and the Northwest Permaculture Convergence.
Miku is delighted to have moved to Honolulu, Hawaii, which she finds strangely similar to her birthplace, Alaska.
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