Coping with the coronavirus: Free virtual meditation course for Greater Morristown

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By Tyler Barth

Through these stressful times, Greater Morristown residents are doing everything they can to cope, including group meditation. But how does one do that with the ban on congregating during the pandemic?

Justyn Comer with his new book, 'Meditation for Life.' Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Justyn Comer with his book, ‘Meditation for Life.’ Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Starting on April 1, 2020, and running for 12 weeks, Real World Meditation will be organizing a weekly electronic meditation session.

Real World Meditation is a nonprofit operated by Justyn Comer, the author of Meditation for Life: How Mind Training Improves Relationships, Career, Health and Happiness, and two of his friends.

Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, Comer offered free Wednesday night sessions at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Morristown.

The virtual classes will be held every Wednesday from 7:30 pm to 9pm. They are free and participants do not have to attend every class.

The first class can be streamed here:

Each session will involve three or four meditations interspersed by discussion, though the focus will be on meditation.

Sessions will build off of one another, but will be independent enough so those who can only attend a few won’t be lost. Check the Real World Meditation site for details about where to find future webcasts.

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