Closing the season for the Mystic Heart Community Meditation Program, Larry Terkel will lead the class in the Jewish discipline of Kabbalah meditation. The class will meet weekday mornings at 7:15 a.m. at the conference room at the Main Gate Welcome Center. No gate pass is required to attend, but donations are encouraged.
Monday morning’s session with the Mystic Heart Community Meditation Program marks the end of my experiment practicing the art of meditating. Looking back on it now, I’m still wondering if I figured it all out or not.
While Sufi meditation may not trace back to any dogmatic religion, its lineage follows all the way back to Adam, circa Genesis.
Meditation offers different things to different people — be it a sense of calm, an unyielding love for all that is, or just a break from the day’s work. To Subagh Singh Khalsa, meditation is about healing.
Most teachers of the Mystic Heart Community Meditation Program have one week to run their program and to make a dent on those who come to practice. Subagh Khalsa, however, started his second week Monday and will be back again for Week Six.
If you’re planning to attend the third week of programming from the Mystic Heart Community Meditation Program, be warned: You’ll spend a lot of time thinking about hazelnuts.
There’s an oft-cited cliché that different religions are just different paths up the mountain to the same peak. As I learned from Week Two of the Mystic Heart Community Meditation Program, some of those paths are more arduous than others.
SAALIK KHAN | Staff Photographer Paul Lukasik, Week One teacher-in-residence with the Mystic Heart Community Meditation Program, leads his first…