4 Months Access
"“Without inner change there can be no outer change. Without collective change, no change matters.” ~Rev. Angel Kyodo
This 4 session course will assist beginners in establishing a daily practice of awareness, compassion and emotional resilience, and offers more seasoned practitioners the space to reconnect with their practice.
- 4 on-demand video lectures
9 on-demand meditation audio recordings – listen anytime from anywhere.
- Handout for the series with info on the content/meditations.
- Resources provided
- Learn Body/Feelings Awareness Techniques
This practice helps participants examine the questions:“What is it like to be me right now?”“What inner resources do I have to help me sit with what is here?”
Delve into Storying Awareness:This practice helps participants examine the questions:“What is my unique perspective?”“What narrative(s) are my mind telling?”
- Explore Interbeing & Compassion: This practice helps participants examine the questions:“What is it like for others right now?””Holding these different perspectives, what is emerging from my experience?”
“How can I offer warmth & compassion to myself and others?”
- Develop Intention, Vision & Mentorship Skills: through imagery & intention you will develop a sense of purpose, hope, and agency. This practice helps participants examine the questions:“What is my deepest wish for myself and others?”“Who or what can support me in bringing this vision into form?”
Who is this course ideal for?
- Anyone interested in learning foundational meditation skills and practices
- Seasoned meditators seeking to reconnect and deepen their practices.
- Anyone interested in developing their meditation practice with a variety of meditations and approaches.
Meet Your Instructor
Tasha Schumann is a creator, community-builder, and explorer of the mind. She teaches meditation and yoga in both the Indo-Tibetan and Western traditions.
An award-winning recording artist, her work has been featured widely (from HBO to Netflix, Comedy Central to video games) and she’s been profiled in places like Billboard Magazine, New York Magazine, and VICE.
Tasha has practiced in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for over a decade. She was given the name Lama Karma Jigmé and authorized to teach by her root teacher, Lama Lena Yeshe Kaytup. In these lineages, she is also a student of Tenzin Bob Thurman, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, Alan Wallace, and many others, while in the Hatha Yoga tradition, she is a student of Michele Loewe, Richard Freeman & Mary Taylor.