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The Four Foundations Of Mindfulness with Gayle Brickman

  • Cenacle Sisters Retreat Center 513 West Fullerton Parkway Chicago, IL, 60614 United States (map)

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In this four week class we will be exploring the Buddha’s classic teaching on meditation: The Four Foundations of Mindfulness. This series of four classes is appropriate for people new to meditation and also for established practitioners who want to refresh and enhance their daily mindfulness meditation practice.

We will meet Thursdays: November 30th – December 21st, 2017

  • Thursday November 30th, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Thursday December 7th,   7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Thursday December 14th, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • Thursday December 21st,  7:00pm – 8:30pm

We will explore the teachings of The Four Foundations of Mindfulness: mindfulness of body, mindfulness of feelings or sensations, mindfulness of mind or consciousness, and mindfulness of dharma or truth. There will be guided meditation, dharma talks, and time for informal discussion.

Please consider joining us for this class if you want to learn to meditate or invigorate your established mindfulness practice.

By registering on Eventbrite for the first class on November, 30th, you will automatically be enrolled in all four classes. Enrollment for this series will end on November, 29th. The cost for the series is $30. The teachings are offered freely; the fee covers the cost of the room.

The class instructor is Gayle Brickman.

Gayle is a Certified Mindfulness teacher from the Mindfulness Awareness Research Center at UCLA and the Mindfulness Institute in San Francisco. She has extensive residential retreat experience and has taught mindfulness practice in a range of settings including: meditation groups, corporations, prisons, and homeless shelters.

Gayle is currently participating in a two year training at Spirit Rock’s Dedicated Practitioner’s Program. She also leads the Insight Chicago Lakeshore Sangha on the first and third Mondays of each month.

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