Meditation Guidance and Mentoring
One on One Mentoring with is a valuable tool in receiving guidance from an experienced Buddhist meditation teacher. It’s a chance to learn and deepen your meditation practice from the ground up, to bring the practice of mindfulness more fully into daily life and sustain inspiration for an ongoing spiritual practice. This is also an opportunity to apply skillful tools for dealing with habitual patterns and thoughts, fears, anxiety, grief, etc., while learning to develop and deepen self compassion and lovingkindness. Lisa works with students of all ranges of experience but especially focuses on intermediate to experienced mediators. Currently Lisa has a few openings for new students.
Currently all sessions are offered on Zoom. The sessions last about an hour and are offered on a sliding scale basis. Please note that a cancellation fee is charged for appointments that are canceled less than 24 hours of the meeting time. For more information or to set up a session, email Lisa at email@example.com.
Lisa Ernst is a meditation teacher, artist and founder of One Dharma Nashville. In her teaching, Lisa emphasizes both transformational insight and everyday awakening as an invitation to embrace all of the path’s possibilities. Lisa has been meditating for over 25 years in the Zen and Vipassana traditions. She received teaching authorization in the Thai Forest/Spirit Rock lineage of Ajahn Chah, Jack Kornfiled and Trudy Goodman. She offers meditation training, classes and workshops and she teaches retreats nationally. She is a visiting teacher at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre California. As a practicing visual artist Lisa incorporates Dharma into contemplative photography and writing.
Endorsement for Lisa’s retreat teaching:
“This is a wonderful and empowering retreat. You’ll discover a completely new way of working with challenging life situations and questions. You’ll learn to strengthen your own wisdom and intuition with practices you can take into your challenging life. Highly recommended.”
– Jack Kornfield and Trudy Goodman