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Monthly TSD Mindfulness Meditation Group

Do you meet online or in person?

We meet online using Zoom.


How much does it cost to participate?

There is no required fee to participate and an option to make a $10 USD payment.

Do I need to already know how to meditate to participate?

No, any level of meditation experience is appropriate to join.

Is TSD mindfulness different than other mindfulness practices?

TSD mindfulness includes traditional mindfulness practices, such as single pointed focus and open awareness. Other practices taught are noting thinking, radical acceptance, self-compassion and techniques for soothing your nervous system. It is our belief that when our minds are distracted and our nervous systems are triggered it is difficult to move our consciousness into our hearts. With this practice, you will learn how to Tame your mind and Soothe your gut ,so you can Dwell in your heart. Feel free to read our Google Reviews.


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Schedule of Group Meetings

2024 our meetings are on Saturdays at 7 AM Los Angeles time/10 AM New York time/3:00 PM London Time.

Next Meeting
Saturday April 20: During this meeting I will be discussing the fundamentals of TSD Mindfulness, which is a practice in Taming the mind, Soothing the Gut and Dwelling in the heart. This practice is based on traditional mindfulness techniques, with the additional methods for soothing your nervous system and added emphasis on self-compassion. This specialized form of mindfulness practice is especially helpful for healing anxiety and past trauma. The Temperamental Body, Shrinking and Amplifying Emotions, Single Pointed Focus.
Past Meetings
Saturday March 16: The topic of this meditation group will be self-worth. Lack of self-worth stems from either trauma, having lack of self-worth being modeled to you or a combination of both. During this meeting you will learn why our brains minimize our self-worth after a trauma. Additionally, feel more relaxed and refreshed with a guided meditation that will help support you in your own personal practice. Emotional Clusters Worthiness Meditation Exercise 8-minute Self-compassion Exercises
Saturday February 17: During this meeting we explored mindfulness techniques to help you soothe body tension and worry.  Join us for an hour investigating the instinctual protections that helped humans survive in the old days, but may be keeping you feeling like you are less than thriving today.  We will practice tools to soothe these triggers and feel more like yourself.  Handouts - Gut Triggers and Affirmations Worksheet, Emotional Clusters, 3-Minute Gut Soothing Exercises
Saturday January 19: The topic of this meditation group will be insecurity. There is a "Y" in the road. We can either allow our insecurities to fuel our negative self-talk or we can sit with our insecurities in a healthy way. When we do this, we begin to heal and live a more fulfilled life. Feel more relaxed and refreshed with a guided meditation that will help support you in your own personal practice. Handout Insecurity Vs. Shame Emotional Clusters, List of fears, 9-minute Acceptance Exercises
No Meeting December 2023

Saturday November 18: Experiencing emotions in a healthy way during meditation is not a topic you hear much about. However, it is extremely important because it is often our emotions that distract us from practicing the way we think we should be practicing. You might have emotions percolating on a deep level that you are not aware of. Learn how to lean into this experience during meditation so you can heal and move into stillness. Handouts: Curiosity in the Mental Field, Emotional Clusters, Mapping Emotions, 8-minute Self-compassion Exercises, 9-minute Acceptance Exercises.

Saturday September 16: Fostering our self-worth is something each one of us can work on. Join us and learn what exactly self-worth means and how certain mindfulness techniques can improve your sense of worthiness. Also learn the subtle practice of "open awareness" which is important for anyone interested in practicing mindfulness meditation. Handouts: Mindfulness Worthiness Exercise, Single Pointed Focus, and Open Awareness.

Saturday August 19: How much time do you spend replaying conversations, events, or even the distant past? Learn how mindfulness can help you become more conscious of this thinking pattern and use your values and expectations to stop the replay, giving you more time and energy to play in present time.  Handouts: Curiosity in the Mental Field, The Practice of Noting, Qualities of Attention and Rumination vs Processing Inventory

Saturday July 15: Paying attention to what our mind, body and spirit needs is challenging when we are busy, distracted or in survival mode. Learn how mindfulness can give us space and time to sit with who we really are. Handouts: Emotional Clusters, 8-minute Self-compassion Exercises, 9-minute Acceptance Exercises.


Saturday June 17: Our nervous systems get triggered when we sense an upcoming change, even if is is simply a change to our emotional state. Learn how to become mindful of and comfortable with upcoming changes in our lives. Handouts: Curiosity in the Gut Field and Three Minute Gut Soothing Exercises.

Saturday May 20: We often desire to tweak our moments and make changes in our lives. Learn how to be mindful of this desire and how to become more comfortable and accepting of what is already present in our lives. Handouts: Resilience Inventory and Curiosity in the Mental Field

Saturday April 22:  Introductory concepts about TSD mindfulness practice: Tame the mind, Soothe the gut, and Dwell in the Heart. We will use this handout: Mindfulness of the Temperamental Body:

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