Robert Johnson

heartsopening  presents

Four Elements Meditation Seminar With Robert Johnson

An introduction to meditation and the four elements

Air, earth, water and fire are God’s servants. To us they seem lifeless, but to God, living. ~ Rumi

Sunday, September 16, 2012

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  (one hour lunch on your own)

The Living Yoga Center
115 West Main Street 2nd Floor
Urbana IL  61801

$30 per person

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  • Achieve greater focus and concentration
  • Enhance your creativity and presence
  • Experience reduced stress and anxiety
  • Improve your health and well-being
  • See the elements present in yourself, others and the world around you

A simple, consistent meditation practice will increase your ability to have greater concentration and fewer distractions; this cultivates greater presence and creativity, efficiency in life tasks, better relationships and improved health. By using breath and heartbeat, you can create physical coherence, harmonizing the respiratory, circulatory, immune and endocrine systems of the body and reducing your mental and physical stress levels.

About Robert Johnson:

Robert’s years of meditation, coupled with his engaging sense of humor, high level of integrity and heart-centered manner, have made him a much sought after meditation teacher, guide and presenter in the greater Chicago area through Windy City Meditation.

He is a Representative of the Sufi Order, appointed by Pir Zia Inayat Khan and is affiliated with the Light-Hearted Center of SOI in Forest Park, Illinois. Robert has studied and practiced meditation for over 20 years and also has extensive training in Energy Medicine. He is a Healing Conductor and active member of the Sufi Healing Order.

As a classical musician, Robert’s career has spanned four continents. He has held positions in Singapore, Chile, and Spain.

Today, he is a tenured orchestra member of both the Lyric Opera of Chicago as well as the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra.