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How to Generate Wealth with Mindfulness

  • Yoga Heights 3506 Georgia Avenue Northwest Northwest Washington, DC, 20010 United States (map)

We welcome you to IMCW People of Color Sangha!  

Saturday July 27, 2019 

How to Generate Wealth with Mindfulness

IMCW People of Color Sangha with Institute of African American Mindfulness welcomes you to be in community with us as we discuss generating wealth of:

  • loving kindness

  • compassion

  • sympathetic joy

  • wisdom/equanimity

Once you change your philosophy, you change your thought pattern. Once you change your thought pattern, you change your attitude. Once you change your attitude, it changes your behavior pattern.

Malcolm X


Thank you for the RSVP so that we knows how many to expect and to set-up for. If you can help with set-up at 3:30 pm, please let me know by clicking yes.

Please make every effort to arrive on time, and if you arrive late, please ring the bell at the front door. Some cushions, blankets, and chairs are available at the studio. If you are able to bring your own sitting gear, please do.

Location: Yoga Heights Studio, 3506 Georgia Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20010 (between Newton Place & Park Road)

Dinner at NuVegan Cafe, 2928 Georgia Avenue, NW (between Hobart Street & Columbia Road)

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Aspirations of the IMCW People of Color Sangha

  • To explore our identity as People of Color in the light of the dharma** across multiple and intersecting lines of difference that include, but are not limited to:race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, socio-economic class, age, and disabilities.

  • To provide a safe and intimate space where People of Color can deepen the practice of meditation and mindful dialogue.

  • To study the dharma** from diverse perspectives and to inspire insightful discussions.

  • To cultivate a sense of belonging and community both within the People of Color sangha and the larger IMCW sangha*.

Mission of the IAAM

Institute of African American Mindfulness supports the natural capacity of African Americans (and all People of Color) to live mindfully, with loving-awareness, and positive perspective of self, family, and community.  All people are innately whole, possessing the capacity to be Happy, Fulfilled, and Live Free. IAAM fosters the development and empowerment of mindful people and united communities.

Mindfulness Facilitator

Travis M. Spencer MA., Mindfulness Facilitator and Practitioner