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You are invited to a meditation class, November 13th, 9-10am AZ time, with Jacquelyn Autrey. We will practice "Giving & Taking" or Tong Len. This is a practice that's great for beginners and also takes you into the advanced teachings. This class occurs live every 2nd Saturday of the month.
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What is Giving & taking Meditation?
Giving & Taking is a a meditation that has been around for almost 2,000 years and was located and preserved by the Asian Legacy Library. It utilizes the breath to develop concentration, wisdom, love and understanding of where things like $$$money$$$ and people come from.
Who is it for?
-anyone looking to increase their net worth, investments, salary
-Professionals who want to remove obstacles and develop more successful relationships
-anyone looking to reduce stress
What are the benefits?
Increased concentration, stress relief, improved interpersonal relationships, job productivity, problem solving, and heart chakra openings.
"I practiced Giving & Taking meditation every day for 5 years and increased my capacity to forgive myself and others". -Jacquelyn
About the Class:
This class occurs every second Saturday of the month 9am az time (12pm Nyc time).
We begin with a short description of the technique. Each class will go deeper into the texts about Tong Len and can be watched as a series, with each subsequent class building on the previous. We will start with a description, a contemplation followed by a meditation and finish with Q/A.
If you can't make the live class, you can watch it after in the Facebook "Guides" section.
Jacquelyn Autrey is here to serve you. She has been practicing yoga for 15 years and teaching yoga and meditation for 8 years. She received her Yoga Alliance 500 hour certification in 2014 through ISHTA Yoga (Integrated Science of Tantra, Hatha, and Ayurveda). She was a graduate of Sarva Yoga Academy in 2013 and completed the 18 courses from traditional asian philosophy studies(similar to a doctorate). She completed Course 1 of the Sedona College of International Management and the First Three Jewels Meditation Teacher Training in 2017.
Jacquelyn teaches to each individuals’ needs through the practices of compassion, meditation, and the 8 Limbs of Yoga. She incorporates the lineages of Hatha yoga, Ayurveda, and Buddhist philosophy to empower and heal her students. Her meditation classes are backed by a 2,000-year-old lineage passed from teacher to student and a daily practice of meditation, service, asana, and study.
She is eternally grateful for all of her teachers: Geshe Michael Roach, Venerable Jigme, John Brady & Constance O'Brien, Jamyang Sakya, Sakya Trinzen, Hector Marcel, Thupten Phuntsok, Michael Hewett, Sarah Tomlinson, Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Alan and Sarah Finger, Peter Ferko, and Mona Anand, who have all opened her heart to wisdom and a drive to reach ultimate potential for the sake of all beings.
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