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Reconnecting with Nature

on demand Aug 25, 2022

Connecting with nature brings us closer to our natural roots. We weren’t born to live in houses, fly in planes, or drive in cars. We are animals, and as such, nature is our true home. Learning how to reconnect with nature through meditation improves our overall mental wellbeing, reduces stress levels, and shows us how to be our true selves again. We all have nature just outside our doors. It’s as easy as opening a window, sitting on the balcony, visiting the park down the street, or even looking up at the sky.

In this event, you will:

  • Learn the importance of reconnecting with nature.

  • Learn how to connect with your sight, touch, smell, and hearing while relaxing in the outdoors.

  • Learn various meditation and mindfulness practices that help you become one with nature.

Click here to register for this FREE Live Learning event and replay

Featured Speaker: Lama Yeshe Rabgya, Meditation Teacher, RoundGlass Living

A monk in the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, karma, Lama Yeshe aims to help as many people as possible through sound therapy, meditation, mindfulness, and emotional counseling sessions. Having studied mindfulness since the age of 19, Yeshe continues to expand on his passion for teaching both in person and virtually.

Lama Yeshe has studied with many prominent teachers, including H.H. Karmapa, Lodro Namgyal, Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso Rinpoche and the Dalai Lama, and he’s practiced everything from Anapanasati, Vipassana and insight meditations to sound healing and chakra aligning. His passion for teaching began with young monks in the foothills of the Himalayas; since then, he’s branched out to educate a lay audience. Lama Yeshe's podcasts and guided meditations, rich in everyday examples that make the lessons come alive, have been listened to more than 2 million times. 

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