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Sarah McLeanSarah McLean

Best-selling Hay House author of Soul-CenteredTransform Your Life in 8 Weeks with Meditation, has been teaching meditation and mind/body health for over 20 years. As founding director of the McLean Meditation Institute in Sedona, Arizona which offers teacher certification and meditation training, her mission is to make meditation so easy that anyone can use it to immediately increase their inner peace, happiness, and fulfillment. Sarah’s background reflects her commitment to self-awareness. She lived in meditation communities, a Transcendental Meditation community in Lancaster, Massachusetts, a two-year residency at a Zen Buddhist monastery, and an ashram in India.  She served as education director for the Chopra Center for Wellbeing in Southern California and was the director of the School for the Work of Byron Katie. She studied and traveled the world developing and sharing her transformative techniques, including the Simple, Easy, Every Day Meditation® Method. She lives in Sedona, Arizona where she meditates, writes, teaches and does what she can to promote a peaceful, sustainable lifestyle.

Meditation Gathering for World Peace, Sunday February 9, 2014 11:11am

Cultivating peace within yourself is the best way to bring peace to the world.  Join the globally broadcast Sedona Yoga Festival meditation gathering from Sedona or broadcast into your location of choice. Hay House author and meditation mentor Sarah McLean leads the program which includes a 45-minute guided and silent meditation.  No meditation experience is necessary.  Everyone has a part to play in world peace.  In this meditation gathering, participants connect with the field of love and peace, then intentionally connect with our global family, who are welcomed to join in the meditation in real time.  Scientists have discovered that a tiny change in one place, like the breeze created by the flapping of a butterfly’s wings in South America, may produce a large effect in a faraway location. It’s called the ‘Butterfly effect’. In the same way, every individual — everyone who is breathing, talking, walking, thinking – has a part to play, and influences peace on this planet. When we take responsibility for our own peace, we can definitely impact the planet.

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