March 2, 2017 | 7:00pm-8:30pm
The Jung Center of Houston

Sacred Sound Series: Tibetan Sound Meditation

How have sound and music contributed to transcendental, spiritual, and religious experiences? Music is an element of human culture that is found, in varying forms, all over the world. From emotional expression, to rhythm in ritual, to mental clarity during contemplative practice, sound and music have played diverse roles in establishing the numinous in daily life.

April 20, 2017 | 6:00pm-8:00pm
The Jung Center of Houston

An Evening of Tea and Meditation

Join Alejandro Chaoul and Chris McKann in an engaging lecture, meditation, and tea tasting. The practice of drinking tea can be deeply contemplative and a complement to a meditative practice. Along with learning and experiencing the different varieties and benefits of tea, participants will learn a simple, take-home technique for a meditation that can become an everyday practice, especially to cool down mentally and emotionally. Meditative tea drinking offers an easy opportunity to integrate a calm and aware state of mind into your daily activities. Note to students who attended previous “Evenings of Tea and Meditation:” This evening will be similar but not a repetition.

Chris McKann, owner of The Path of Tea, has participated in more than 1,000 tea tastings in the past five years.