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Consciously Setting Intention for the New Year

An Awareness Practice workshop with Caverly Morgan.

Caverly Morgan has been devoted to Zen Awareness Practice for the last seventeen years, during eight of which she lived and trained at a silent Zen Monastery.
Caverly Morgan has been devoted to Zen Awareness Practice for the last seventeen years, during eight of which she lived and trained at a silent Zen Monastery.

Are you hoping to avoid the trap of setting New Year’s goals that will end up forgotten by March? Perhaps you’ve decided to side-step the problem by not setting goals at all? Join us as we reveal how we habitually set goals from a belief that we need to be improved. We don’t – if self-improvement as a practice worked, it would have worked by now. Join us as we transcend this assumption and learn to set intention from a place of consciousness, balance, and compassion. In this workshop we will spend time honoring what we’ve created in the past, letting go and wiping the slate clean. A specific meditation/chant will be offered that balances the energetic system and opens us to a new world full of possibility – a world that is available to you through the practice of consciousness.

Come prepared in loose and comfortable clothing for a day of workshop exercises, discussion, journaling, visualizations, and meditation. Bring a journal, something to write with and a bagged lunch. Come prepared to leave with an outlined plan that will assist you in living the life you want to live in 2014.

No experience required.  All are welcome.

Date/Time:
Jan 19, 2014
12:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Location:
Namaste Berkeley Studio
2820 7th St
Berkeley, CA, 94710

Teacher:
Caverly Morgan

Cost:
$125

Please register online with Namaste Yoga.

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