Staying in touch with that still quiet place is important to me. I have been meditating 30 years. Starting with Zen Under Yatsutani Roshi and Maizumi (Sensei). I also sat with Tibetin folks at dharma dhatus. Practicing Vipasina honed my being and Jewish meditatiion techniques are very copacetic. In Jewish techniques one allows oneself to obtain ecstatic states with sound (prayer) while remaining relaxed and motionless with you body. I study primarily with Rabbi Jonathan Omer-Man at Metivta.
Do you feel comfortable saying, "Sufi dancing for you, but, don't practice mindfulness" because intuitively you know this client needs to be grounded. Teaching clients different meditation techniques depending on their presenting problem.
Do you share your gifts with strangers?
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