Reclaiming Our Strength; Exploring the Ground of Our Being

  • Mindfulness, Confidence, Energy, Concentration & Wisdom

    Reclaiming Our Strength; Exploring the Ground of Our Being

Begins: 
Jan 23rd, 2020

The Buddha gave us many teachings to help guide and support us in our everyday lives that remain just as vital now as 2,600 years ago. In this time of profound change and uncertainty, spiritual practice is a refuge and strength. 

Join us for a deep dive into the beautiful practices of The Five Strengths; Mindfulness, Confidence, Energy, Concentration and Wisdom. When developed, these interwoven and interconnected qualities become the bedrock - reliable and enduring resources for our lives. Each 2-hour session includes guided and silent meditation, a talk and group discussion.

Dates & Times:
4 Thursday Evenings
January 23 to February 13
6:30 - 8:30pm in Arcata

Course Fees:
$125 to $225
Paying at the higher level includes a contribution to the Pacific Mindfulness Community Scholarship Fund and includes a private session with Heidi.  

Everyone is Welcome – both new and experienced practitioners!

Class fee includes a digital recording of each week’s class. Payment must be made in advance, no refunds for missed classes. 

Cancelation Fees:
$25 prior to January 16
$35 January 17 to January 22
No refunds after January 22 or for missed classes.


Pacific Mindfulness is committed to increasing access to the teachings and practices of awareness, generosity, compassion, and wisdom. In this spirit, most of our courses and retreats offer some financial support. We ask you to join us in this effort by making a contribution to our Community Scholarship Fund with your registration. Your generosity supports those who might not otherwise be able to attend. Our heartfelt thanks for your consideration!

Limited financial assistance is available. Apply Here.

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