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Podcast Interview of Stan Merrill, a Certified Meditation Teacher

Updated: May 27, 2023

Artwork: AI Generated Art. Copyright 2023. Chris Meyer Law Firm, PLLC

"mindfulness is the ability to catch thoughts and emotions early"

-Stan Merrill

Stan Merrill is a certified mindfulness meditation teacher who has been imparting his knowledge and techniques in the Houston area since 2007. His programs are meticulously designed to help students manage stress and build resilience in the face of modern life's challenges. Stan uses ancient mindfulness and meditation techniques to foster mental discipline, awareness, compassion, and openness in his students. These skills, in turn, enable them to shift their perspectives and become more resilient to life's inevitable challenges.

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Why Should You Consider a 10-Day Silent Retreat?

Suppose you are facing a difficult situation? You don't know what to do. The best thing to do is to sit in a meditative posture until you can accept things as they are.

  • Sponsored by the Houston Jung Center

  • Saturday, June 17th 10 am – 11:30am CT

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  • Online Only

  • Taught by Stanley Merrill

  • Description:

    • Meditation and mindfulness practices are powerful tools for managing stress reduction and enhancing a sense of equanimity in life. Once you have acquired a taste for meditation you might want to enhance your practice with an extended silent meditation retreat.

    • Based on the teacher's experiences at two 10-day retreats at Dhamma Sirī (Goenka’s Southwest Vipassana Meditation Center in Kaufman, Texas), this class will help prepare you for such a retreat by explaining the objectives, benefits, challenges, philosophy and practical logistics.

    • Join us for this exploration of a transformative experience, and leave with a little taste of what your time of silent practice might feel like.

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When you change the way that you look at things the things that you look at change.

-Wayne Dwyer

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