Meditation Sept-Dec 2021

Meditation Sept-Dec 2021

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Meditate on TUESDAYS at 9:00-9:30PM (timezone for Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada) with Stacey Bliss, PhD

About this event

Each Tuesday evening from Sept to Dec 2021, Stacey will guide you through a meditative intention to wind down and relax.

During the 30-minutes together from 9pm, we will meditate on our breath, improvised soundscapes (Stacey will play bowls or gongs), and silence. Through breathing practice, sound, and silent meditation, you can tap into the Parasympathetic Nervous System in order to rest, repair, and rejuvenate your system.

TIME NOTE: Times are Regina, AB, Canada time. Check your timezone if you are zooming in from other areas.

About the facilitator:

Stacey Bliss, PhD, is a researcher, educator, and gong-sound artist. She is trained to teach kundalini yoga and meditation, restorative yoga, and has studied mindfulness at Thich Nhat Hanh's Blue Cliff Monastery in Pine Bush, NY. She has had several years of personal practice with Gurmukhi mantra as well as Vedantic traditions. Stacey has studied the ways and Art of Gong with Don Conreaux in New York, Toronto, Shanghai, and India. She is committed to assisting people toward living with increased peace and humanity in order to facilitate building restored and "beloved communities" together. Contemporary influences on Stacey's mindfulness and meditation offerings include Thich Nhat Hanh and Rev. angel Kyodo williams.

Stacey is currently an appointed Adjunct Academic Colleague in the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta (Edmonton, AB, Canada), SSHRC Insight Development Grant Recipient (2021-2023), and Instructor at the University of Regina (Regina, SK, Canada) in the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance (MAP).

Main event photo is Stacey Bliss at Art Gallery of Regina in June 2021 (photo credit - Evie Ruddy). Photos below is Stacey with the Eight Corners of Heaven gong at the Joe Fafard sculpture "Le Jardin de L'espirit (Mind's Garden)" (1997) near Wascana Lake and the University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada, September 2020 (first photo below, credit - John Campbell).

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