Practicing Together

Karen Wan Summer 2018 HeadshotOne of the best ways to develop our capacity to restore ourselves is to have consistent daily restorative practices.

Often this is difficult to do on our own. We benefit from working with others with accountability and discovery.

This is one of the reasons that I created the Earthkeeper’s Corner.

Mindfulness practices help us to stay centered and true to our path as earthkeepers.

Restore Yourself Every Week

If you’re looking for a meditation community that supports your authentic expression and true nature, I offer the Earthkeeper’s Corner on Saturday mornings at 9am CST.  

I am certified meditation instructor from the Open Heart Project, which means that I am authorized to teach Shamata meditation, an ancient Tibetan Buddhist practice.  For the last several years, I have been offering meditative practices every week.

In 2020, we are going to be emphasizing our role in the Earth Renaissance.

To strengthen our ability to be earthkeepers, we are going to practice the five  foundational types of meditation that I describe in my ebook Slow Down to Restore.  We will cycle through these five different practices every week so that you are restoring yourself with powerful healing practices at least once a week. 

Deepen Your Connection to the Earth Renaissance 

The Mindful Earthkeeper’s Starter Kit includes my Slow Down to Restore Guide of mindful practices, restorative living checklists, and a collection of blessings and videos on how to change your life this year.

I was inspired to create this collection because we’re at an important turning point, and we need support to be mindful and listen to the sacred in our lives and the world around us.

To receive the Mindful Earthkeeper newsletter, sign up here.

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