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Meditation (Group and 1:1)

Loving-Kindness Meditation 

Loving-Kindness meditation, also called Metta Meditation, focuses on developing feelings of goodwill, kindness and warmth towards others (Salzberg, 1997). Emma Seppala, the Science Director of Stanford's Center For Compassion And Altruism Research And Education and Co-Director Wellness at Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence describes in her TEDx talk, that compassion, kindness and empathy are very basic emotions to us. 

Why you Should try it—18 Science-based Reasons

Numerous studies provide evidence of the effectiveness and the wide range of benefits of Loving-kindness meditation. Practicing kindness is one of the most direct routes to happiness: Research suggests that kind people tend to be more satisfied with their relationships and with their lives in general. We all have a natural capacity for kindness, but sometimes we don’t take steps to nurture and express this capacity as much as we could. Loving-kindness meditation is a great way to cultivate our propensity for kindness. It involves mentally sending goodwill, kindness, and warmth towards others by silently repeating a series of phrases.

A Meditation for Humanists, Agnostics, Atheists etc. as well

What I find absolutely great is that this practice doesn't require to be religious or spiritual. Who can say something against sending wishes of kindness, care and goodwill to yourself and others? For people who are looking for secular meditation practices, see Rick's page and book on Harvard's Humanist Hub page.

For current dates and times of group meditations or 1:1 meditations please contact me. 

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