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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
PAST: MEDITATION: Live in VA? Free Meditation Workshop with Gerry Gorman of Science of Spirituality on THURS, Sept 19th from 7:00pm - 8:30pm at the Chantilly Library
Live in VA and curious about Meditation? Come on out to this free workshop in Chantilly on Thursday!
"We live in a fast paced world, filled with challenges and constant demands made on our precious time. Wouldn't it be nice if we could step back, take a little vacation from all the tension and find a place filled with joy, bliss and peace? When we learn how to meditate, we find such a place within our very selves. We discover a ready remedy, a source of all calm, light and wondrous new realms that await us, without ever leaving our easy chair! Meditation can be practiced daily so we can connect with this inner paradise any time we wish, and this helps us to meet our daily challenges with greater vitality, creativity and confidence. Discover how you can learn to tap inside at this free meditation workshop facilitated by Gerry Gorman."
About the presenter: A student of meditation for over 30 years, Gerry studied with two of the most respected mystics of our time: Sant Darshan Singh Ji Maharaj and Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj. He is an example of how meditation can be practiced by someone while living a traditional western lifestyle. He describes a very practical form of meditation and explores how this practice can help each of us develop physically, mentally, and spiritually. Gerry has been married for over 30 years and has two grown children. He has worked as a professional engineer, engineering manager, and business development executive for a number of computer controls and technology companies. Today, he has his own company, Emergency Message Controls.
From the library website: The Fairfax Connector Route 605 travels between the Reston Town Center and the Fairfax County Government Center with stops at the Reston South Park & Ride, Fair Oaks Hospital, Chantilly Regional Library, the Stringfellow Road Park & Ride, and Fair Lakes.