SATURDAY, JULY 14, 2018
10:00am — 12:30pm
Humans really are wired for connection and, thanks to remarkable technological advances, many of us connect with ever-increasing frequency throughout the day. If it sometimes feels like your connection to the sweet, shiny smartphone — the “black mirror” — is more compelling than you’d like it to be, this one-time group is an opportunity to spend a few hours
consciously exploring your relationship to technology and communication.
THE GROUP WILL INCLUDE:
- Meditation instruction and practice
- Discussion drawn from mindfulness teachings on skillful communication
- A dip into some relevant neuroscience findings
- Some practical offerings for hacking your relationship to the phone or laptop
Group size is capped at six participants, so there will be a chance to share thoughts and feelings about living a tech-laden life, as well as periods of silence and sitting meditation. (No meditation experience necessary: the group is suitable for new or experienced meditators.)
Please call (415) 562-5228 or write email@example.com if you'd like to hear more about the group. FEE: $50-$100 (sliding scale based on need). Want more information about the facilitator? Click here.
LOCATION: 110 Gough Street, San Francisco