Meditation History & Instruction
This is a 3 part series (each week same day/time) through a Zoom class. We will explore the history of meditation through the ages. We will demonstrate the various paths and significance of each style of meditation. Upon completion, students will receive a PDF handbook that I edited for publication in 2004.
As well, I will be discussing how you can integrate a meditation program for jails and prisons. This style of ministry is so needed for those incarcerated who are hunger for learning.
We will be using ZOOM for the classes, please download this app so you can join.
The suggested price for class $20 if you can only pay less put in $-Any Amount if you can’t pay, just add $0 and you will be registered for the class.
Class is taught by M-Squared
M-Squared, is Mark Maxey (2 M’s) who has been involved in the arts one way or the other for over 35 years. From reading Billboard magazine and Rolling Stones magazine since age 10, he has immersed himself with knowledge, understanding of artists. He’s been a successful radio personality, concert promoter, road manager, artist manager throughout his career. He’s a writer, poet, author, and social justice journalist. He brings a fresh way to unblock yourself through the Artist Way concepts. He speaks fondly upon growing up in the mid-’70s inside and around recording studios back when it was fun when it was analog. He still likes to edit tape and develop film the old fashioned way for fun. He is a recording artist through Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI). He’s been a member of the Indie Managers Association; Graphic Artists Guild, Photography Society Association. Mark has also been a meditation practitioner for over 27+ years and started a non-profit, Dharma Seeds, which produced a meditation newspaper for prisoners. The newspaper had over 3000 state and federal prisoners on their mailing list.