Awakening the Third Eye
April 28 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm EDT
An event every day that begins at 10:00am, repeating until April 29, 2018
Organized by: The Clairvision School
Meditation Training for Modern Times
Welcome! You are here because you want to learn how to meditate. The benefits of meditation are innumerable. However, learning how to do it is another thing altogether.
Awakening the Third Eye (ATE) workshop is the foundational course of meditation of the Clairvision School of Meditation. It’s core focus is to give you hands on training to be used in your life anytime and anywhere. This is for people of ALL walks of life. No dogma. Simply techniques.
This workshop unfolds a systematic method of developing the third eye and making it a resting place for daily meditation and perception in daily life. The third eye, a subtle body organ, is the foundation for a direct experience of deeper states of consciousness, and for cultivating and managing your energy.
We will also learn how to have “super sleep” and practice awareness which helps bring clarity throughout the day. These are just a few of the many tools you can begin to use in your daily life and meditation practice.
We look forward to meeting you!
April 28th and 29th. 10am-5pm both days.
- Regular price: $260
- Early bird special: $220 if paid by April 8, 2018
- Students with student ID: $220
- Refresher: $200
The Clairvision School and this workshop are not-for-profit.
Caitlin Reidy, Ashish Parikh, Bryce Kennedy
Organizer of Awakening the Third Eye Meditation Workshop
Caitlin Reidy has been practicing meditation and personal transformation for 15 years with the Clairvision School. During that time, she had phases of instructing in Sydney and the retreat properties in Australia and the United States. Caitlin has a full time job in technology communications, based out of New York City. Her passion lies in exploring consciousness and applying meditation techniques to a corporate environment.
Ashish Parikh was first introduced to meditation 11 years ago and has been hooked ever since, exploring many different styles and traditions. In his professional life, he runs business development for a hardware design firm, and spent much of his career as a consultant at McKinsey & Co.
Bryce Kennedy was a former corporate attorney who was over stressed and over worked. At wits end he decided to try this “hippy meditation nonsense,” and has never looked back. He left law to pursue personal development and create a business bringing a practical approach of transformation for high achievers and over thinkers.