Sunday, January 1, 2012

PAST: MEDITATION: Learn more about the Positive benefits of Meditation at the Georgetown Library! Series completes on THURS, Oct 18th from 7:00pm - 8:30pm - and Yes, you can still attend if you missed Part 1 - Free

"Transforming Ourselves through Meditation and Lifestyle" a two-part Meditation Series at the Georgetown Library
Thursday, October 11th & Thursday, October 18th
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Note: If you missed the first session, no worries, there will be a short overview at the beginning

Learn a simple but powerful method of meditation that can help to transform your life.  Learn more about how meditation can help to connect us with our higher purpose, live more enriching and productive lives, and to live with a greater sense of happiness within. The free two-part meditation workshop series will help you understand some ways that meditation can help heal and transform us on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels.

About the workshop facilitator: David Newcomb is a long time DC resident who worked for 28 years as a contract consultant for the law firm of Holland + Knight, LLP, where he provided litigation support services, specializing in construction contract disputes, until his retirement in 2010. In addition, David is a published author, and has written three stage plays and numerous poems. His more recent work includes a collection of spiritual songs, Satsangi Symphony and he is currently working on a musical which, like his meditation practice, focuses on spreading the message of love, unity and peace through meditation and service.

Georgetown Public Library
3260 R St, NW - at Wisconsin & R St (map)
lower-level meeting room
Metro: Dupont Circle and take the bus across town or take the Circulator bus Georgetown route from along K St or any of the 30 line buses from along Penn Ave/ M St that run north on Wisconsin Ave. See metro for best bus access.

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