Open your door to meditation with free Saturday retreat in Truckee
TRUCKEE, Calif. — Do you often wake up at 3 a.m. with something heavy on your mind? Is someone or something in your life “driving you crazy”? Do you often feel disappointed, fearful or anxious? Do you worry what others think or fear what could happen? Do you get frustrated easily or loose your patience?
Well, if you answered yes to any of these questions, you may want consider taking part in a free all-day workshop this weekend in Truckee, called “Opening the Door to Meditation.”
“Many people I meet feel stressed, tired, overwhelmed and even depressed,” said Cindy Powers Prosor, founder of Opening Doors Within. “Given the number of problems and challenges life regularly throws our way and how busy our lives are, it’s not surprising that many of us feel like we are on an emotional roller coaster ride.
“But it really does not have to be this way. It is possible to calm the chaos and feel peaceful, confident and energized.”
Powers Prosor will host the retreat on Saturday, Aug. 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at For Goodness Sake, located at 10157 Donner Pass Road in Truckee,
Attendees will learn new information, tools and a 15-minute mediation practice “that will help you feel more centred, connected, relaxed and balanced — no matter what is happening around you,” she said.
Powers Prosor, known as “The Intuitive Heart Mentor,” has been professionally helping people transform fear, doubt and struggle into confidence, trust and love for more than a decade.
Losing her foundation of community, family and friends in a difficult transition, for the first time in her life, she said she spiraled down a tunnel of darkness into loneliness and despair.
With the support of her coach, however, Powers Prosor was able to use this chapter to awaken to her inner word and discovered how to create lasting happiness, love and connection.
She’s credentialed as an early childhood specialist, special needs teacher, Feng Shui Consultant and Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, specializing in metaphysics.
“I am able to reach out to men and women around the world, helping them find the strength and serenity within themselves so they can achieve their soul’s purpose and live their dreams as I am living mine,” she said.
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