Claude AnShin fled a childhood of abuse by enlisting in the army at seventeen, returning from Vietnam with undiagnosed PTSD, and sinking into addiction.
He will teach others spiritual recovery from trauma or addiction: Thurs. April 10, 7-9 PM, a talk, “The Real Costs of War.” Fri. April 11, 9AM -5 PM, a seminar for veterans and family only, delving into “The Real Costs of War”. Sat. April 12, 9 AM – 5 PM, a seminar for everyone on “The Courage to Change.” During the seminars, we will practice many different forms of mindfulness meditation: sitting meditation, walking meditation, eating meditation, silence, mindful speaking and listening, and others. No prior experience with meditation is necessary.
No RSVP required for the talk; reserve if you can, for the two seminars and bring vegetarian dish to share. No fees; donations accepted at all events. Info/reserve for the seminars: [email protected] or 410-268-9639.
Sponsored by the Mindfulness Practice Group of Annapolis.