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Quiet Conversations: Meditation Among Mountain Lions, July 10
July 3, 2014 -
On Thursday, July 10, The Nature of Wildworks will host an evening meditation at its Topanga Wildlife Center.
The first in what will be a series of two-hour evening Quiet Conversations, will begin with a quiet tour of the resident wild animal family and conclude with a group meditation. The animal population at Wildworks presently includes such diverse species as the mountain lions, wolf, bobcats, servals, foxes, kinkajous, owls, hawks, opossums, and coyotes.
This unique mountain lion meditation will be guided by Kamakshi Hart, M.A., Spiritual Psychologist and longtime meditation practitioner. Formerly a resident teacher at The Kripalu Center for Yoga in Massachusetts, she also founded The Dancing Heart Center for Yoga in Washington, DC. Kamakshi currently resides in Topanga where she leads outdoor nature experiences to inspire people to care more deeply about the natural world.
These events will be truly unique, as those attending will be asked to participate in complete silence, to relax and detach from the busy world and connect only with the sounds of nature.
The meditation will begin at dusk and end at dark. Details will be provided upon registration. Space is limited to 15 participants and open only to those over 18 years of age. Fee is $75 per person. For more information and a prescreening application: firstname.lastname@example.org.