Date(s) -Wed 10-25-17
Time -7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This Meditation is divided into three stages. The first stage, originated from the Russian Mystic Gurdjief’s structured movements. It is a centering dance which also prepares us for the second stage of Whirling*. The final stage is lying down, preferably on your belly, with closed eyes, giving an opportunity to just move inside and witness without distraction – thoughts, emotions, body sensations and at times absolute silence and stillness.
There is music specially made for this meditation. Here is a u-tube of the three stages: No Dimensions U-Tube
You can buy the Meditation CD click here.
We will meet at 7pm to get acquainted and connect for a few minutes. Then we will introduce and explain the 3 stages of the meditation The meditation lasts one hour. Afterwards, we will serve tea and we can answer any questions on meditation you might have.
The address is 3412 NE 115th St, Seattle, WA 98125. It is located in a residential area and there is a stained glass butterfly in the upper window. Please park in the driveway as there are many parking spaces in the front and in our driveway. If the driveway is full, it is good to park on 35th Ave NE. There are many parking places there that do not affect the neighbors. If you do park on 115th St, please do not park in front of the corner house at the corner of 115th and 35th (same side as the Center. Those neighbors need to have the spaces for themselves and their friends. If you park on 34th Ave., park on the school side only. Thank you for you consideration. Always park in the flow of traffic, when parking on the street. Otherwise you will most likely get ticketed. (This is written from experience.)
To register or for more information, call or write: 206-772-8897; email@example.com
Single Meditation: $11.00
Meditation Pass: $70.00
* The Mystic Osho explains the background of the ancient Sufi technique of Whirling: “You must have seen small children ~ they like to whirl and everybody stops them, because the fear of the parents is that the child may fall, may have a fracture, may get hurt. But in spite of all prohibitions, children love to whirl. Jalaluddin Rumi, seeing children whirl, thought that there must be something that the children feel but they cannot express, and perhaps they are not fully aware what it is. So he tried whirling himself, and he was amazed that if you go on whirling there comes a moment when the center of your being remains static and your whole body, mind, brain, everything whirls. ” And that center which does not whirl, is you, the center of the cyclone. The whirling is almost like a cyclone, but exactly in the middle of the cyclone you will find a point which has not moved at all.”