Dharma Gathering: Welcome a Fresh Start with the Chinese New Year

with Anjie Cho

January 25th

Date details +
    Price.:
  • $20 Patron
  • $10 General
  • $10 Current SMCNYC Members
  • $5 Students
Room: Online

Open to all. Zoom details sent upon registration.


Each moment is an opportunity to make a fresh start.
― Pema Chödrön
 
On February 1st, we will be welcoming in the year of the water tiger in the traditional Chinese calendar. Transitional times in the calendar can offer insight and awareness on how to connect with our world as well as our own inner environment. We hope you can join us this time to reflect with curiosity and joy during the Chinese Lunar New Year.
 
About the Teacher:

Anjie Cho is a feng shui and meditation teacher based in New York City. She’s guided thousands of people to harmonize their living spaces through the ancient practice of feng shui. Anjie is the feng shui expert at The Spruce and has been featured in dozens of publications including: the New York Times, MindBodyGreen and BuzzFeed. Anjie is co-founder of the Mindful Design Feng Shui School, co-host of the Holistic Spaces podcast, and teaches meditation weekly on RAMA TV live.


Please note that late registrations run the risk of not receiving the Zoom link in time for the event.

About the Dharma Gathering:

The Dharma Gathering is a perfect introduction to meditation practice and the Shambhala teachings, as well as an opportunity to connect with like-minded New Yorkers. The evening consists of guided meditation, a talk by one of our teachers, and discussion.

This open house is an opportunity to meditate in a supportive group setting, to learn about how to apply the principles of meditation to daily life, and to meet with others interested in mindfulness.

Privacy Notice:
Please note that Dharma Gatherings are recorded for public viewing. If you do not wish your image to appear in a publicly viewable video, you are welcome attend the meeting while stopping your video. This can be done by hovering your cursor over the lower portion of the Zoom screen to expose icons. On the left is a video icon which, when clicked, will turn off your camera.