Chan Meditation
Chan Buddhist Meditation

Chan Meditation

Exploring the Profound Practice of Chan Meditation

Chan meditation, also known as Zen in Japan, is a profound and transformative form of meditation that has its roots in ancient Chinese Buddhism. More than just a meditation technique, Chan is a way of life, a path to understanding the nature of reality, and a means to achieve spiritual awakening.

At its core, Chan meditation emphasizes the direct experience of reality, free from conceptual limitations and mental constructs. It's about going beyond words and thoughts to directly perceive the truth that lies beneath the surface of our ordinary understanding.

The Essence of Chan Meditation

Central to Chan meditation is the cultivation of mindfulness and awareness. Practitioners are encouraged to observe their thoughts, emotions, and sensations without attachment or judgment. By doing so, they begin to understand the transient nature of these mental phenomena, realizing that they are not the essence of who we are.

Breath awareness is often used as a focal point in Chan meditation. By anchoring attention to the breath, practitioners learn to still the mind, allowing thoughts to arise and pass without becoming entangled in them. This practice helps develop concentration and clarity, which are essential for deeper insights.

This session delves into meditation concepts and includes a longer meditation practice in this style.          Beginners Welcome!


Feb 23 2024


9:00 am - 10:00 am

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Feb 23 2024
  • Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm




Stan Pannone, Emei Qigong Master
Stan Pannone, Emei Qigong Master
520 261 6443
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Stan Pannone, Emei Qigong Master, offers in person and online Qigong training for groups and individuals. He also has on going Sound Bath Healing Sessions in the Greater Tucson Area. Stan offers regular Classes, Seminars and Workshops in the Healing Arts of Emei Qigong.

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