Morning Meditation membership is $35 per month and is billed monthly. When you register you will receive an email with dial-in information. If you have a coupon code, you will be able to enter it on the next screen after filling out the information below and clicking NEXT. If you have any questions or need assistance signing up, please call 213-378-0489 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT MORNING MEDITATION
While meditation can completely transform your life for the better, the challenge is that you really need to do it regularly to manifest that change. The purpose of Morning Meditation is to help support your daily practice so that you can make that progress and live a more meaningful life.
Morning Meditation instructions are simple and straightforward. Even if you have no meditation experience you will be able to learn to meditate following the guidance and by asking questions as you pursue your own path to happiness.
Each day’s session stands alone, so you can jump in at any time and get some benefit. At the same time, they are organized around specific themes that play out over several weeks, so if you choose to join in for all the sessions, you can go deep.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
George Haas founded Mettagroup in 2003 and Morning Mediation was named the Best Online Buddhist Meditation class by Los Angeles Magazine in 2011. George's own path began in 1978 with a serious exploration of the eleventh step of the Twelve-Step tradition, working primarily with concentration to reduce the anxiety of living sober. Subsequently, he began walking the Red Road (traditional Native American spiritual practices) and reading Buddhist texts in the 1980s.
In 1992 he began practicing Vipassanā at Ordinary Dharma in Venice, and studying Buddhist texts extensively. In 1998 he began study with his current teacher, Shinzen Young, at Vipassanā Support International, where he is now a senior facilitator. He began teaching meditation in 2000, and along with his daily Morning Meditation and full schedule of one-on-one students, he continues to teach regularly at Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Center, and to hold several intensives and retreats per year.