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Mindfulness and Mitzrayim

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Join mindfulness instructor, Mark Landsman, in this exploration of the practical tools of mindfulness meditation.

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Sunday, April 21, 11:00 am

About the Program

The Passover holiday is a time when Jewish people and their friends from all over the world join in community to recollect the story of Exodus and its central theme of liberation. The holiday invites us to take a deep look at where in our own lives we find ourselves in a state of mitzrayim, which in Hebrew means "the narrow places"—inspiring us to recognize and seek freedom from whatever it is that is keeping us stuck. Please join mindfulness instructor, Mark Landsman, in this exploration of the practical tools of mindfulness meditation as a means of moving through place of contraction to a greater sense of inner freedom, flow and expansion.

About the Facilitator

Mark Landsman is a certified MMTCP Mindfulness Meditation instructor under the guidance of Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach, the Awareness Training Institute and UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center. Mark brings over 25 years of experience in mindfulness meditation and somatic-based trainings that include tai chi, qi gong, aikido, hatha yoga, Alexander Technique, and Body Mind Centering. Mark has brought mindfulness trainings and consultations to such clients as Public Counsel, the nation's largest provider of pro-bono legal services; award-winning production companies such as Brave New Films; and the How We Feel Project, in conjunction with Pinterest and Yale University's Center for Emotional Intelligence.

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