‘Meditation: Multicultural Perspectives’ event this month at WCSU
DANBURY, CONN. — The Western Connecticut State University Center for Compassion and Institute for Holistic Health Studies (IHHS) will host “Meditation: Multicultural Perspectives” at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, in the Campus Center Ballroom on the university’s Westside campus, 43 Lake Ave. Extension in Danbury. This event will be free and open to the public.
- Christel Autuori, IHHS director, will present the keynote address and a workshop on one-pointed meditation, guided imagery, and coloring and chocolate meditation.
- Geshela Dhargey, Tibetan Buddhist monk, will show “Buddhist Meditation” techniques.
- Stephen Dydo, practiced meditator and composer, will present “Just Listen! Music and Meditation.”
- Chris Farrell, musician and composer, will discuss “Sounds of Peace.”
- Deana Paqua, spiritual teacher, shamanic healer and Reiki master, will explain how to “Meet Your Power Animal.”
- Jesse Rovero, practiced meditator and instructor, will examine “Mudras and Sahaja Yoga Meditation.”
- Nancy Scherlong, holistic psychotherapist, creative arts therapist and coach, will guide the audience through “Journaling as Meditation.”
- Lara Ward, holistic health coach and educator, will present “Yoga-Meditation in Motion.”
“The purpose of this event is to introduce people to the various styles of meditation,” Autuori said.
For more information, contact Autuori at firstname.lastname@example.org
Western Connecticut State University offers outstanding faculty in a range of quality academic programs. Our diverse university community provides students an enriching and supportive environment that takes advantage of the unique cultural offerings of Western Connecticut and New York. Our vision: To be an affordable public university with the characteristics of New England’s best small private universities.