2019, City Parks, Evening Events, Parks

Sat. September 13: Full Moon Meditation at Central Park

“Do everything with a mind that lets go.  If you let go a little, you will have a little peace; if you let go a lot, you will have a lot of peace; if you let go completely, you will have complete peace. ”  ― Ajahn Chah

“As above, so below.”  The moon has been associated with changes and transformation as humans observe its changing cycle through the ages.  The full moon represents the culmination of a cycle, a ripening to completion, bringing attention to closures and setting intention for new beginnings.  We can learn to live in harmony with nature’s rhythm and harness the power of the full moon by quieting down, reflecting on what we can let go and release what no longer serve us, and allowing space for new beginnings to emerge from within.

Join us for a fall evening for sitting and walking meditation in Central Park.

Who: Lin Gordon

When: 7:30-9:30pm, Saturday, September 13, 2019

Where: Central Park, 100th St. and Central Park West

Meeting Location and Time: 7:15pm at 100th St. entrance, Central Park West

No prior meditation experience needed.

Registration opens soon on NYIMC.org