An Evening In Conversation With Light Watkins
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An Evening in Conversation with Light Watkins

Lately life has been hard and the feelings of anxiety and sadness we're currently experiencing are entirely normal reactions to difficult circumstances.

Yet we need help to ease those feelings of anxiety and sadness. Best-selling author and accomplished meditation teacher Light Watkins — the man who taught Meghan Markle to meditate, is coming to New York to help us.

Light Watkins, a man with loads of light, will share inspirational insights from his recent book on the tools and methods we can use to find peace and ease in a world of uncertainty and hardship.

He’s been profiled inTime, Vogue, Forbes, People, the New York Times, and mindbodygreen.



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Light Watkins first began attending yoga and meditation classes in the late 1990s in New York City while working as a fashion model. In 2003, after a chance encounter with a very gifted meditation teacher, Light felt inspired to become a meditation teacher himself.

He apprenticed with his teacher for several years in Los Angeles, and in 2007, he joined his teacher in India to be trained in the ancient ways of teaching meditation.

Since 2007, Light has personally taught thousands of people from all walks of life how to enjoy a daily meditation practice in a self-sufficient way, and he’s positively impacted many more practitioners through his books, videos, and popular TEDx talk on the 5 Most Common Meditation Myths.

Light facilitates workshops and retreats around the world, and gives talks on happiness, mindfulness, inspiration, and meditation. He’s written two bestsellers: The Inner Gym: A 30-Day Workout for Strengthening Happiness (L&G Publishing, 2015), and Bliss More: How to Succeed in Meditation Without Really Trying (Random House, 2018).

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“People tend to grossly underappreciate the importance of being themselves, of being authentic, of being truthful. If there’s something within your control that’s holding your back, it’s usually that.

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