We are deeply conditioned to look for love outside ourselves. In that desperate search, we not only experience the frustration and the futility of grasping, we lose sight of who we authentically are. Join us as we engage in practices that not only remind us of our true nature, but guide us to a direct experience of it. In opening to Love, we open to the remembrance of our own authenticity. Explore how all of our relationships are transformed when the ultimate relationship with who we authentically are is realized.
Activities include group discussion, guided exercises, journaling, visualization, and meditation.
Caverly Morgan is a meditation teacher, change-maker, nonprofit leader and public speaker. She is the Founder, Executive Director and Head Teacher of Peace in Schools–the nation’s first for-credit mindfulness class as a secular program in high schools pioneering new depths in mindfulness education, based in Portland, Oregon. Caverly blends the original spirit of Zen with a modern nondual approach. Her personal mindfulness practice began in 1995 and has included eight years spent in a silent monastery. She has been teaching contemplative practice since 2001 with the aim of igniting personal transformation and collective awakening.
Prior to her pioneering efforts with Peace in Schools, Caverly formerly worked for nonprofits serving people with special needs. An artist and educator, she brings insight, passion, warmth and humor to her transformative work with students of all ages and experience levels. Caverly speaks publicly at conferences on topics including contemplative practice, social entrepreneurship, authentic leadership, and mindfulness education, and has been featured in publications such as Mindful Magazine and The New York Times. Caverly leads meditation retreats, workshops, and classes around the United States. She offers personal consultations in-person and on Skype. She is dedicated to actualizing possibility, serving love, and embodying the truth of interconnection.
“Love is not an exhaustible resource.” –Caverly Morgan
Cost: $35-55 Sliding scale
Held at our NE Killingsworth Location: 30146NE Killingsworth