Structure & Spontaneity

Posted on 13 July 2011

Amy Shoko Brown discusses the advantages of Structure and Spontaneity in developing practices to truly be the change that you want to see in the world. What is practice? It is regular, diligent, focused action. Practice can be yoga, prayer, taking a walk, washing the dishes or simply greeting your loved ones affectionately each morning.

Amy has been an avid student of Zen, qigong, and healing arts for over 20 years. She is a Senior Student and Daojin Novitiate at Zen Mountain Monastery. She serves as the Volunteer Coordinator for the monastery’s prison outreach program.

Amy offers private sessions in Trauma Transformation as well as Life Coaching: Helping Spiritual Seekers Make Meaningful Change.

She also co-hosts Be the Change: Voices of Action on 91.3 WVKR and teaches qigong (chi kung), meditation in motion.

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