LISTENING TO THE INNER SOUND
AN ON-GOING SITTING GROUP in MILL VALLEY
with Catherine Flaxman
TUESDAY NIGHTS: 6:45-8:15 p.m.
Integrating Buddhist and non-dual perspectives with mindfulness practices, we will explore the egoic self and the seduction of thought—how to work with it, how to become free of it, and how to listen to the whisper of silence and vibratory sound within. The Sound has been referred to as Logos, The Word, The Guest, The Wine and The Comforter. Opening to the inner sound is deeply restful and healing. No striving, no goals, no need to believe in a particular philosophy or spiritual tradition. Suitable for beginning and experienced meditators.
No charge. Dana (donation) only.
No meeting: January 15, 2013
271 Miller Avenue – second floor
Mill Valley 94941
Law offices downstairs; therapy offices/group space upstairs
[Note: Please arrive 5-10 minutes early so that we may begin on time]
Catherine Flaxman, M.A., MFT., is a licensed psychotherapist, lifelong meditator and a co-founder of the Lomi School along with Robert Hall. She began practicing insight meditation in 1974; Buddhism, non-dualism and a forty-year investigation into the nature of the mind inform her approach to integrative psychotherapy. Catherine is in private practice in Mill Valley, California, consults with long-distance clients via Skype, has taught at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and also works with writers and artists using the meditative arts to access and deepen one’s creativity.