Go deeper with each Mindful Glimpse and get fine-tuned guidance from Loch in this 6-session LIVE online course.


For 6 consecutive weeks, Loch will offer weekly in-depth nondual mindfulness workshops featuring short eyes-open micro-meditations he calls Mindful Glimpses. These practices explore the next stage of mindfulness training by providing immediate relief, and a clear path to accessing awake consciousness and living from natural compassionate motivation.


Each 2-hour session will introduce 2 or 3 Mindful Glimpse practices and will provide opportunities to ask Loch questions and to fine-tune your practice.


Live sessions will be held via Zoom and recordings will be available.

Tuesdays: Sept 21, Sept 28, Oct 5, Oct 12, Oct 19, Oct 26

1:00pm to 3:00pm EDT

Optional peer groups meet weekly.

What is Nondual Mindfulness?


Nondual mindfulness offers a way of immediately shifting out of our chattering mind and into a deeply calm and loving open mind that is already within and around us. A short, initial effort is made to glimpse this and then we become aware from a new wiser operating system. Many people have already experienced nondual mindfulness without knowing it when we enter a “flow state” or feel “in the zone.” 1000’s report this shift can be done in minutes with eyes open with amazing results. 

DEEPEN YOUR PRACTICE WITH LOCH'S GUIDANCE


COURSE INCLUDES:

  • Live 2-hour teaching and Q&A sessions with Loch every week for 6 weeks.
  • Optional weekly peer groups meetings on convenient days and times.
  • Recordings of all sessions will be available in the member's area.
  • Recordings of the glimpse practices from each session will be available as separate videos for your ease of use.

Partial scholarships are available to support people in economic distress.

Email [email protected] to request a scholarship.


More About Loch Kelly


Loch Kelly, M.Div., LCSW is a world renowned meditation teacher, licensed psychotherapist, and award winning author. He is the founder of the non-profit Nondual Mindfulness Institute. He has worked in community mental health, established homeless shelters, and counseled family members of 9/11 victims. 


Loch served on the New York Insight Teachers Council, studied with this generations top meditation teachers including Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche and Mingyur Rinpoche. Loch has worked with both positive psychology and treated complex trauma in his psychotherapy practice in NYC. He has also collaborated with neuroscientists at Yale, UPenn and NYU in the study of how awareness training can enhance compassion and well-being. Loch has written two meditation books that have been translated into a number of languages. Each book has been endorsed by leaders in the field and each has won “Best Book of the Year” awards.