4 week Course
Held over zoom
"The expectations you bring to meditation practice are often the greatest obstacles you will encounter."
~ Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche
Developing a meditation habit - 4 week course
If you are new to meditation or if you have been at it for a while you have most likely hit a wall at some point.
Of course, you are not alone. Keeping up a meditation practice can be challenging even when things are going well. Throw in a couple life difficulties, and even though this should invite in a strong motivation for practice, the opposite can happen, and you move even further away from the practice.
I have learned over the years, working with others and with my own practice, that the solutions may not be so simple.
There are internal obstacles, environmental challenges, and shifting life situations that can all play havoc on our regimen.
Luckily there are antidotes to the obstacles and we will get to explore them and test them out in real time as we sit for 4 weeks together.
- How to identify obstacles
- How to keep your practice going in times of crisis
- Dealing with stronger emotions
- How to develop daily, weekly, monthly meditation plans
- How to balance work, life, family and meditation
- How to go deeper with your meditations that will naturally inspire
you to come back to the cushion.
- Daily meditations M-F (LIVE + recorded)
- Full online 30 day meditation program
- Meditation Buddy Groups
Thursdays in April
Apr 07, 2022 5:30-7 PM PST
Apr 14, 2022 5:30-7 PM PST
Apr 21, 2022 5:30-7 PM PST
Apr 28, 2022 5:30-7 PM PST
Cayce Howe is a meditation teacher, poet and podcaster. Authorized as a teacher in the Theravada Buddhist tradition and a Senior Dharma Teacher for InsightLA, Cayce imparts guidance through workshops, retreats and 1:1 sessions throughout the year.
Cayce has been practicing for over 30 years in a variety of traditions. In 2004 he began a 6-year journey living and working at meditation retreat centers which culminated in a year-long closed meditation retreat in the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition.
Day to day Cayce is busy with his company MHLS Wellness (More Happiness, Less Suffering ) alongside business partner Dr. Monisha Vasa. Together they share Burnout Prevention Programs, a podcast and journaling workshops.