Sunday, January 1, 2012
PAST: MEDITATION: Near Foggy Bottom or K St? Learn more about "Inner and Outer Peace through Meditation" at Workshop with William Smith this WED, Oct 3rd at the West End Library at 24th & L St, NW from 7:30pm - 9:00pm, Free
"Inner and Outer Peace through Meditation"
Wednesday, October 3rd
7:30pm - 9:00pm
The free meditation talk will be led by William Smith at at the West End Library near Foggy Bottom, K St and Georgetown. During the workshop you'll learn more about the benefits of meditation. "In this fast-paced, stressful world we live in, is there a way we can decompress, regain our center, and experience the peace we seek? To find relief from a shifting world, we need to learn how to access that personal haven within each of us, where we will find calm, peace, and even bliss."
William Smith is a long-time practitioner of meditation and retired Army lieutenant colonel with a master's degree in geographic information systems from the University of South Carolina. As an Army officer, he pioneered this new technology within the Department of Defense. William is a graduate of the Command and General Staff College and has held many leadership positions during his successful 20-year military career. He is now a camp director for an international children's meditation camp and acknowledged leader in building teams.
corner of 24th & L St, NW
Metro: Foggy Bottom and walk over, or Farragut North and walk about 6 blocks or take the Circulator bus along K St to 24th & Penn