When people think of New York, what usually comes to mind is the buzz of a vibrant city. In reality, this is just a part of a bigger, more diverse state. And contrary to popular belief, there are some quiet and secluded locations where you can have the ultimate New York meditation vacation. Places like Aurora, Claverack, and Hudson are only a few of these. If you'd prefer the city, that's good too. Because with meditation in New York, you are only asked to quiet the mind and open the heart, no matter what the destination.
Peace, silence, and nothing but nature all around you. How great does that sound for a great holiday?
Do you ever wish you could dedicate more time to your meditation, but find out that you are consistently held up? The moment you think of starting your meditation practice, you remember that you should be doing something else.
Many people are confused when it comes to yoga and meditation. They think that these two are the same. But the truth is, they are not. When you take a closer look at it, there are many differences between yoga and meditation.
I began teaching meditation in 2006 and opened a meditation center in Chicago in 2013. The center was specifically geared towards teaching how to develop a solid, reliable meditation practice for total beginners, newbies (those who tried and didn’t continue) and intermediate students.
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