STILLness: Meditation in the Galleries – Clyfford Still Museum



Photo by James Dewhirst

STILLness: Meditation in the Galleries

Sun, Aug 13, 2017, 8:45–10 am
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Clear your mind, relax, and prepare for the week ahead. Join the Clyfford Still Museum and our partners, the Zen Center of Denver and the Shambhala Meditation Center of Denver, for mornings of quiet reflection.

Meditation will take place on the second Sunday of every month throughout the summer, and is free. No prior experience is required. Meditation sessions begin promptly at 9 am and 9:30 am. Doors open at 8:45.


Advance registration encouraged

In order to create a safe and comfortable environment for everyone we ask that you abide by the following rules of etiquette:

  • Maintain silence once you have checked in at the front desk.
  • Turn cell phones and other electronic devices off.  Do not use vibrate mode.
  • Please do not wear strongly scented products including perfume, cologne, aftershave, essential oils, etc.
  • Maintain a distance of 48 inches from the artwork.
  • Only sitting and walking meditation is permitted. You are invited to bring your own meditation cushion or use one of the chairs provided.
  • Wear slippers, soft-soled shoes or socks with skid resistant soles. It is not permitted to go barefoot.
  • Please do not take liquids or food of any kind into the galleries.

Jeffrey Stevens serves as Shastri, a senior teacher at the Shambhala Meditation Center of Denver.  Shastri Jeffrey Stevens is a longtime student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, and he began studying and practicing the Shambhala Buddhist path in 1992. He has an academic background in philosophy, anthropology, and Indo-Tibetan Buddhism. His occasionally humorous teaching style emphasizes a precise understanding of the mechanics of meditation, and he encourages students to articulate what they have learned with each new step in their education. 

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