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Weekly Online Mindfulness Meditation Meeting

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Ridge Road Baptist Church

2011 Ridge Rd

(music room)

Raleigh, NC 27607

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Weekly online mindfulness meditation meeting. It is free and open to the public. Come join us!

About this event

Come join us online every Tuesday at 7:00 pm (EST) for an evening of peace, fellowship, and great discussion. You’ll learn how to meditate and to apply the mindfulness practice to everyday life.

Format: topic discussion, followed by guided meditation

Fee: none

It is ideal for both beginners and experienced meditators. Everyone is welcome, so invite your friends and family!

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NOTE: This is a non-religious form of meditation. We have no affiliation with the church where we meet.

Here are some resources to help you in your meditation practice:

Mindfulness Meditation Made Simple: Your Guide to Finding True Inner Peace (paperback).

Learn how to transform your life and relationships through mindfulness meditation. Through clear and simple instructions and exercises, you’ll gain a solid foundation of this time-tested ancient practice, and get the results you want.

Mindfulness for Busy People Online Course

I you’re not able to attend our Tuesday meeting, you can learn how to overcome stress and anxiety through the practice of mindfulness from wherever you are; the leisure of your own home, or even on the go. The “Mindfulness for Busy People” online course is designed specifically for beginners with busy lifestyles who don’t have a lot of time to sit in meditation for long periods. For a free preview, visit

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Organizer Charles A. Francis

Organizer of Weekly Online Mindfulness Meditation Meeting

Charles A. Francis is the cofounder and director of the Mindfulness Meditation Institute, and author of the new book, “Mindfulness Meditation Made Simple: Your Guide to Finding True Inner Peace(Paradigm Press). He is also the creator of the “12 Steps of the Mindfulness Meditation Practice,” and a regular Huffington Post contributor.

Charles has studied mindfulness with Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh, and has a passion for helping people and organizations realize their full potential through the practice. He is a speaker and consultant, and leads workshops and retreats in Raleigh, NC where he resides. To learn more about him and the Mindfulness Meditation Institute, visit:

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