Rev. Temple Hayes
Wednesdays, 1 PM CT
Meditation for Daily Stress
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Michel Pascal is a french writer, meditation teacher/singer, photographer, and director for spiritual documentaries. Before moving to the United States, Michel lived in the largest monastery in the Himalayas, Kopan Monastery in Nepal. The high master Chepa Dorje Rimpoche (descendant of Milarepa) was his meditation teacher for 15 years. Michel has written 19 books in French about spirituality. Drawing on his experience of living at the Kopan Monastery in Nepal, Michel shares his new and easy method of meditating in the moment to calm the mind and break the cycle of stress addiction.
Meditation for Daily Stress: 10 Practices for Immediate Well-Being is more than just an exploration of why we experience stress; it is a guide to a revolutionary meditative technique for finding peace, quiet, mindfulness, and centeredness in our daily lives. A true authority in meditation, Michel introduces readers to the power of meditation as a coping mechanism for daily stress, anxiety, and depression. He then prescribes a series of visualization and breathing practices and techniques that can be used throughout the day—whether in the workplace, while commuting, or at home—to unplug in the moment, before stress takes hold.