With William Ward, whose passion is
“Remembering the inherent stillness always present within.”
Various 8 week levels available, from beginners to advanced practitioners. Start with level one and continue onwa
rds to deepen your practice.
Pre-Registration Required. Call to register for the next 8 week group! Day/Time to be determined based on interest.
“Meditation is the tongue of the soul and the language of our spirit.” – Jeremy Taylor
Meditation is a discipline, and just like any other discipline it requires time, earnest willingness, and consistency. The goal being stillness; only then is Self-awareness regained. As Albert Einstein said, “You can’t do the same thing and expect different results”. This is a great opportunity for you to experiment with yourself and see what works for you, all with loving support. No belief or philosophy is necessary. Philosophy, I’ve learned, is putting into words that which cannot be said, because it is truly in the experience and was never in the words. How would you perceive being and feeling whole and complete?
In this meditation journey, we will be meeting for 1 .5 hour once a week to discuss and practice together. You will also set aside time to continue your practices at home each day. Self-reflection through journaling will allow you to observe your progression, thus opening up to increased awareness of messages from the mind and heart, and what you feel you need. Your wellbeing on an experiential level is your birthright, no matter what seems to be going on.
William Ward was an executive chef who decided to experiment and look for truth himself. What happened next changed his world forever. “My passion has become this “still presence” within. It is within all of us, more important than even food, and I am just a reminder. A reminder of the courage and compassion to lead responsibly that lies naturally and divinely within each of us.”
Call for more information and to register for 8 week group: (239) 231-3208.
“Prayer is when you talk to God; meditation is when you listen to God.” – Diana Robinson
“Meditation is acceptance. It is the acceptance of life within us, without us and all around us. Acceptance of life is the beginning of human satisfaction. Transformation of life is the culmination of divine satisfaction.” – Sri Chinmoy
“Meditation is listening to the Divine within.” – Edgar Cayce