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Neuro-Somatic Mindfulness (NSM): An Accelerated Path for Healing & Awakening

With Fleet Maull recorded on February 4, 2024.

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Roshi Fleet Maull, PhD will offer a brief talk and guide a session of his deeply embodied, neuroscience and trauma-informed approach to classic mindfulness & awareness meditation followed by Q&A. NSM facilitates the transition from self-directed self-regulation to the body’s capacity for auto-regulation, flow, and effortless mindfulness, as well as the shift from witnessing mindfulness to nondual awareness and pure presence and being.

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