Meditation Fusion

Meditation Fusion: Understanding the Mind

Meditation Fusion blends Eastern and Western practices to help achieve mental clarity, emotional balance, and peace of mind. We are multi-dimensional beings composed of vibrating energy fields; Body, Mind and Spirit. Just as a musical composition blends together different instruments into a collective vibratory harmony, we can learn to harmonize our bodies and minds. Key tools for attaining this attunement are meditation and self inquiry.

In these classes we explore how to recognize the levels of the Mind as:

  1. Rational
  2. Emotional
  3. Peaceful, Compassionate, Joyful
  4. Sub Conscious
  5. Silent

As a group we will:

  1. Practice watching our minds
  2. Share our observations
  3. Train in techniques to help us clarify our thoughts and feelings

Documented Benefits of Meditation

  • Increased focus and concentration
  • Improved immune function and pain relief
  • Helps to balance emotions
  • Promotes development of healthy habit patterns
  • Decreases stress and anxiety
  • Helps promote attitudes of compassion and empathy
  • Helps improve memory and creativity
  • Promotes greater self-understanding

 Anne’s Meditation Background

Tibetan Buddhism

A Buddhist tradition established in Tibet taught through four major Schools; includes puja and ritual practices as well as seated meditation.

Anne’s Residential Training:

Direct study with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama

Zen Buddhism

A Buddhist tradition known in Japanese as Zen and in Chinese as Chan; emphasis on extended periods of seated meditation.

Anne’s Practitioner Studies:

Retreat studies with Thich Nhat Hanh 


A Theravadan Buddhist tradition developed in Sri Lanka; emphasis on extended periods of seated meditation often in 10 day retreats.

Anne’s Residential Training:

Retreat Studies with Jack Kornfield

Hindu/ Vedanta/ Yoga Philosophy

Hinduism is comprised of six Schools of Philosophy; practices include puja and rituals as well as seated meditation.

Anne’s Residential Training:

Anne’s Practitioner Studies:

Eastern Philosophy Studies

Philosophies of Asia including Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, Taoism; the Theosophical Society founded in 1875 embraces Eastern and Western philosophies

Anne’s Residential Studies:

Correspondence Studies:

  • The Esoteric School of the Theosophical Society