Events

The Power of Doing Nothing in a Digital World (Family)

Come along to this fun-filled and inspiring morning and discover how the “do nothing” meditation technique can help families reduce anxiety, solve problems, feel good, focus thinking, and boost motivation.

Suggested age: 11 years + (all ages welcome)

Sunday August 4th 2019
1111 Carlisle Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106 (in the New Mexico School or Yoga room)
10:00am-12:00pm

Cost: $10 each, or $15 per family


The Power of Doing Nothing in a Digital World (Family)

Author Event at the South Broadway Public library:
In this dynamic presentation for kids, teens and parents, you’ll learn how “doing nothing” can help reduce anxiety, solve problems, stimulate creativity, focus thinking, boost motivation, and more.

Suggested age: 11 years +, but all ages welcome
When: Saturday August 17, 11am – 12:30 pm
Where: South Broadway Library, 1025 Broadway SE, 87102. Tel: 505 764 1742
Cost: Free!


For more information about any of these classes, please email me: lisa at lisaesile.com.

What people say about the “do nothing” technique

“I lay down after the class yesterday and just let my thoughts run… I realized there was far less of a duel going on between the chatty voices and the part of my mind trying to control or fix them. Very interesting! There was a new peace there that I haven’t really felt in a while.” Lucy

“You know, I’ve been thinking about my mind and all of the things you and others teach for so long, but there was something that clicked when I tried this technique. All the theory you talk about just slotted into place.”

“I felt the same kind of peace that you feel with normal meditation. But it was easier to get there.” Steve.

“Do Nothing” Meditation Retreat

Experience a day of learning the “do nothing” meditation, plus learn about how our mind tricks us into feeling bad and what to do about it.

Next date and time to be determined.
Snacks and a light lunch will be provided. Please feel free to bring your own foods that you enjoy too. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a pillow. If you have a comfortable mat or extra blankets to lie on, bring them too!