Mindfulness of the Four Elements: Reconnecting with the World

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Mindfulness of the Four Elements: Reconnecting with the World
Mindfulness of the Four Elements: Reconnecting with the World
Sebene Selassie

1) Earth: Grounding Your Practice (20:35) - LINK
2) Water: Going with the Flow (18:43) - LINK
3) Fire: Warming up with the Impermanence (16:56) - LINK
4) Air: Breathing with All Beings (20:14) - LINK

Sebene Selassie is a dharma teacher, writer, coach, and consultant. She began studying Buddhism over 30 years ago and received a BA from McGill University in Religious and Women’s Studies and an MA from the New School where she focused on cultural studies and race. She is the former Executive Director of New York Insight Meditation Center, has served on the boards of the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies and Sacred Mountain Sangha, and is a teacher on the Ten Percent Happier app. Her first book, You Belong: A Call for Connection, will be published by HarperOne in August 2020

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