Meditation Vancouver, Wa. - Mindful Meditation & Beer

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"Meditation has been around as long as humans have been present. Meditation is simply a relaxed state of mind with no thought, completely present in the current moment, focused on the breath. Meditation is the practice of thinking deeply or focusing one's mind for a period of time. The goal of meditation is to go beyond the mind and experience our essential naturewhich is described as peace, happiness, and bliss. But as anyone who has tried to meditate knows, the mind itself is the biggest obstacle standing between ourselves and this awareness

Why meditate? Practicing meditation is a great way to bring more focus to the scatter-minded, more relaxation, peace, calm, and clarity!

Meditation & Beer? Why not?! Being able to find presence and community amongst like-minded people who will find time out in their day to come together to meditate and let it all go, just to have beer afterwards is an all around "feel good" zen situation. We meditate and then come together around a pint of craft beer, that building community and hopefully build lasting connections with those around you!

Meditation Monks meditate. Trappist monks make and consume beer. Meditation and beer go together. So that is why we created Zen Zythophiles (Lovers of Beer!) - Mindful Meditation & Beer!"

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