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This Week’s Theme:  “The JOY of Meditation” 

The world defines joy as the intense happiness we feel when we satisfy a great desire.  C S Lewis defines Joy as “that wonderful Stab of Longing…. leaving a wake of mystery and longing behind it.” (a continuing desire for Infinite Limitlessness) We will consider how meditation helps us to choose this sense of joy.  Opening your heart to “Joy” is a choice we can make. The first step may be choosing to watch less bad news.  A second step could be choosing to take a walk in nature and finding a spot to meditate.  You could create a space in your home to meditate by paying attention to your breath and a positive mantra to quiet the chatter of our minds.  With disciplined daily persistence meditation gives us a chance to open our hearts to the joy of peace of mind and a deeper awareness of the awe and wonder of being alive.   This sustained effort provokes a longing to know more of who we truly and universally are.

Sid Jordan

Join us every Wednesday at 6 PM (EST) for Prama’s Online Group Meditation, led by one of Prama’s Co-founders, including Howard Nemon, Dr. Sid Jordan and Ramesh Bjonnes.  This week, join Prama Co-founder and meditation teacher, Dr. Sid Jordan, as he hosts our online meditation.  This is a FREE event. No password is required, but please, SIGN UP HERE


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Dr. Sid Jordan

As a clinical psychologist, Dr. Sid Jordan taught psychotherapy and directed mental health, alcohol and drug services while in the Department of Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. from 1969-1993.  He began his practices of yoga and meditation in 1971 pursuing the integration of yoga and psychology in his teaching and clinical practices.  In 1997 he trained as a yoga and meditation teacher in India applying the tantric yoga teachings of Shrii Shrii Anandamurti the preceptor of Ananda Marga.

Currently, he is CEO and Director of the Neohumanist College of Asheville. At the Prama Wellness Center, he offers yoga therapy and stress management to individuals and groups.   He continues to offer his 40 years of experience and teaching of yoga psychology, philosophy, and practices to audiences worldwide.


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