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November 23rd, 2019 from 10 – 4:30pm

Feeling Good: A Day of Practices for Positivity, Pleasure, and Gratitude

with Jessica Graham and Christopher Kelly, Ph.D.

Healing and awakening can be a lot of work, and psycho-spiritual burnout can happen along the path. To create balance and promote ease in your practice and life, it’s important to find time for just feeling good. And the good news is focusing on positive experience is just as powerful for spiritual growth as focusing on the more challenging material. This daylong meditation retreat will be a smorgasbord of practices designed to encourage and enhance positivity, pleasure, and gratitude. You’ll gain tools that you can use both in your formal meditation practice and in daily life, and get a big boost of feeling good within a kind community of like-hearted humans.

Instructor:Jessica Graham

Jessica Graham is a meditation teacher, sex, relationship, and spiritual guide for couples and individuals, speaker, and author of Good Sex: Getting Off Without Checking Out. She is a contributing editor of the meditation blog, Deconstructing Yourself and co-founded The Eastside Mindfulness Collective. Jessica also founded Wild Awakening, to help people become more human through psycho-spiritual evolution using meditation and self-inquiry. Jessica is also an award-winning actor and filmmaker. You can connect with Jessica on Instagram at @jessicaclarkgraham and at www.yourwildawakening.com

Instructor: Christopher Kelly

Christopher Kelly, Ph.D. is an award winning teacher who has taught at several major universities including the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and the University of Maryland, College Park. He has studied the nature of consciousness for over twenty years, receiving degrees in physics and philosophy. He is a dedicated practitioner having had the good fortune to study on retreat with some of today’s most insightful teachers including: Adyashanti, Shinzen Young, Luang Por Pasanno, and Soryu Forall. He is the author of two books, including A Theory of the Good. Christopher is also an actor and filmmaker.

Event Location: Middle Way LA
6512 Arizona Ave.
Playa Vista, CA 90045
United States
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Full Scholarships are available. Please contact Carol Houst at 310-927-1025 to apply.