|Lisa Wang has meditated for the past six years and has studied with various Theravada, Zen, and Tibetan teachers. Currently she is a Tibetan Buddhist practitioner and leads a weekly practice group in the city. She has a bachelors degree in religious studies with a focus on Buddhism and is currently a medical student at NYU School of Medicine.|
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"I can't meditate; my brain is too busy." That's what many people think. But with practice, you can learn to train your mind to be calm. In our hectic lives filled with competing obligations and incessant social media updates, carving out time to slow down and focus on the breath is essential. Re more...
Meditation cultivates a deep sense of awareness. The calm and quiet of the Garden make it the perfect place to practice this. Walking meditation invites you to be mindful of how you move in an activity you do automatically every day. Explore basic sitting and walking meditation techniques that wi more...