Shown here is the calendar for special events affiliated with CEC, including Courses and Retreats.

We also offer meditations every Monday night in Toronto.


Location: online via zoom (link provided with registration)
Date: January 1st, 2021 7:30pm EST to January 3rd, 2021 5:30pm EST

What do you want to cultivate in the new year? Join the Consciousness Explorers Club teaching team as we spend the first weekend of 2021 answering that question and sharing the practices that inspire and nourish us! There will be meditation, mindful movement, music, creative exercises, community discussions and lots more!!

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Location: online via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/799184864 passcode: 00000 (five zeros)
Date: Monday, January 4th, 7:30pm EST

Instead of trying to fix every imperfection, in this practice we are going to find ways to assure our nervous system that we can take a break from whatever it thinks is wrong and give it permission to get settled, dropping deeper into presence and finding the peace that resides there.

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Location: online via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/799184864 passcode: 00000 (five zeros)
Date: Monday, January 11th, 7:30pm EST

In tonight’s meditation we will dive deep into our breath cycle, a classic concentration meditation technique, but take it even further into the wintertime of our breath.

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Location: online via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/799184864 passcode: 00000 (five zeros)
Date: Monday, January 18th, 7:30pm EST

In this particular practice we “touch earth and sky”, building those qualities of mind from the ground up – from relaxation, through to stability, and into the vividness of sky-like attention; the space where insights flourish.

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Location: online via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/799184864 passcode: 00000 (five zeros)
Date: Monday, January 25th, 7:30pm EST

If you’ve studied art, you know that paintings can be analyzed by examining negative space. In music, one can study the silence in between notes. In the same way, this week I want to explore concentration by talking about its opposite and hopefully give a better understanding of what it is by checking out what it’s not.

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