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Dawn Mauricio

Dawn Mauricio (she/her) has been practicing and studying Insight Meditation since 2005, and has graduated from the first teacher development group of True North Insight, and Spirit Rock's Mindfulness Yoga and Meditation Training, Dedicated Practitioners' Program, and 4-year Dharma Retreat Teacher Training. She is known to teach with a playful, dynamic, and heartfelt approach, and leads daylongs, retreats, yearlong programs, and mindfulness workshops in Canada and the US for Spirit Rock, True North Insight, and for teens with Inward Bound Mindfulness Education. Dawn serves on the board and guiding teachers council of True North Insight, as well as the leadership council for Sacred Mountain Sangha. She is also the author of “Mindfulness Meditation for Beginners."

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January 30, 2021 - Love your many sides - Guided heart practice

In our day to day lives, it’s like a snow globe that’s agitated, all shaken up. When we slow down, we’re putting the snow globe down. Depending on our social location, or what is inherited in our bodies, whether it’s transgenerational trauma or if we live a fairly trauma-free life, that’ll affect how much the snowflakes settle. All of them settling is not necessarily the goal, but we’re trying to slow down enough so that the snowflakes begin to settle, and we start seeing between them. Then we see what is a thought or opinion—whether inherited or an old false belief we strategized when we were a young child—and the spaces in between.

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