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Sum Faht Meditation combines traditional seated meditation with the exploration and expression of subtle energies through standing, walking and guided movements for the total integration and healing of mind, body and spirit. The name Sum Faht is derived from the Cantonese phrase, 'soi sum been fah faht,' which loosely translated means, 'whatever the heart desires will manifest.' The practice has its roots in Buddhism and ancient Taoist longevity teachings, and also works with the vital life force energies found in nature. In this form of cultivation we can discover and nurture our unique gifts and ground ourselves in strength and integrity. Meditators of any level will have the opportunity to deepen their meditation and explore the practical usage of subtle energies in weekend workshops, retreats and private sessions.
Cultivating the Compassionate Heart
We have access to an inexhaustible resource that can enable us to live with a sense of peace, fortitude and love, no matter what complexities of life we encounter. This resource is awakened through Sum Faht Meditation, a heart-centered practice that allows us to clear away the information overload, ease physical and emotional stress and restore us to calm and balance. Sum Faht Meditation is also a means to tap into the sacred and mystical forces of life, awakening the divine within and opening the spiritual heart. It helps us to unlock the flow of vital energy, or chi, that supports all beings. From here we will grow more intuitive, find harmony with the challenges of life and bring the healing of compassion and understanding to ourselves and others.
Open Meditation Workshop*
The Energetic Impact of Cultivating in Nature
Meg and kwan yin
Open Meditation Workshop
Meg and Kwan Yin