Earle Birney's approach to meditation is just like him — unpretentious, honest, friendly, curious, and powered by a deep and sincere desire to understand life and happiness in philosophical and practical ways.
New York United States
- Shamatha Meditation
- Tibetan Buddhism
- Vipashyana Meditation
- Cultivating Emotional Balance
- Yoga Philosophy
- Tong Len
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I Found Happiness When I Stopped Chasing After It
I noticed how everyone – myself included – constantly chased after these ephemeral pleasures of life, never quite satisfied.
How to Train Your Attention
Bring progress to your meditation path, by easily training your mind to focus on what you want, when you want it.
Find Joy in Simple Things
Cultivate joy in your daily life by recognizing the things in your immediate environment that make you feel good.
Listen to Your Inner Guide
This meditation will help you stop looking for answers and guidance outside, tapping into your inner wisdom instead.
Cultivating Emotional BalanceCultivating Emotional Balance Teacher Training Jun 2019 - Jun 2020 (a year)
Mindful SchoolsMindfulness Fundamentals Training Mar 2019 - May 2019 (2 months)
iRestLevel 1 Trauma Therapy Mar 2017 - Apr 2017 (a month)
Personal Silent Retreat3-Year, 3-Month, 3-Day Silent Retreat Jan 2011 - Mar 2014 (3 years)
Asian Classics InstituteDiamond Mountain Retreat Center, Other Mar 2004 - Oct 2011 (8 years)
Yoga Studies InstituteTeacher Training Program Mar 2005 - Dec 2010 (6 years)
University of VictoriaBachelor of Arts in Leisure Service Administration 1991 - 1998
Co-Director‘Become a Grand Master’ Youth Program Mar 2015 - Dec 2019 (5 years)
Independent ContractorDepartment of Justice Mar 2009 - Mar 2010 (a year)
Youth Program DeveloperSouth Eastern Arizona Behavioral Health Services Mar 2004 - Dec 2007 (4 years)
Director of Job DevelopmentLiquid Karma Cafe Jan 2003 - Dec 2003 (10 months)
Program DirectorKootenay Columbia Child Care Society Mar 1999 - Jan 2002 (3 years)
CoordinatorNexus Mar 1997 - Jan 1999 (2 years)