Time In Program
Hello to all of you!
We hope you are well and safe. Like everyone, we are finding our way and re-orienting ourselves in this new landscape.
Our “Time In” series continues the 2nd Sunday of every month.
What does it mean to live a more intimate life? How do we become more attuned to ourselves and others? Together, we create a supportive environment that encourages and inspires.
In each meeting, we offer a new investigation and reflection, weaving meditation, group process and experiential investigation. Our workshops practice mindfulness, which we defined as a non-judgmental, non-self-referential posture of caring attention that orients toward well-being and creativity.
You don’t have to be a meditation practitioner. We welcome all levels of experience. The only expertise we require is an open mind and a desire to experience. (CP credits available to those who are interested.)
Meet Us Online
- August 8th
- September 19th
- October 17th
- November 21st
- December 19th
All workshops are held on selected Sunday afternoons 1:30-3:00 PM via Zoom and are offered freely.
Please check in – our later workshops may be Live in NYC!
How it works
Every month, we will send out a short video trailer.
We will share a guided meditation, followed by experiential exploration and time for group reflection. (
IntegralTherapy is expanding our CE training program for mental health practitioners and creative arts therapists.
(CP PAT will be available for a fee.) CE credits available with separate registration and fee.)
More information about our meetings and trainings is available at www.JayeMoyer.com
There is a long tradition of offering meditation instruction with no expectation of payment. Our “Time In” group and Jaye’s “Drop-In” sits are offered in this tradition: we expect no fee.
“Dana” is a part of this tradition. The recipient of our offering might consider offering some amount based on a combination of perceived value and personal means. In the freedom of this exchange we open to the heart aspect appreciation, kindness, and gratitude.
In this spirit, we receive what is freely offered.
All workshops are held on Sunday – afternoons, 1:30-3:30 ET unless otherwise notified.
Please email Jaye Moyer to make a reservation.
Intimacy with Our Internal Environment
|In order to be intimate with our internal life, we need to have an internal environment that is friendly and non-judgmental. When we feel safe, we can see with more clarity what needs attention.||Online|
Role Reversal as a Bridge to Compassionate Presence
|We recognize in others qualities that we value and want to grow in ourselves. The part of us that recognizes these qualities in others is beginning to recognize them in ourselves. But we don’t yet trust them. The practice of Role Reversal allows us to access, grow and trust these qualities.||Online|
“Kiss the Joy as it Flies.”
|What makes us suffer is that we want things to be permanent - but they are not. In this workshop, we will explore our relationship with appreciation.||Online|
|With an intention to cultivate gratitude, we incline the heart, the mind and the body towards a fuller appreciation of life – Life without conditions- Life as it is!||Online|
Reaching Out to the Parts of Us That Need to Feel Held
|Cultivating loving kindness means that we are learning to befriend all parts of us. Even the parts that are difficult for us. Maybe even especially those parts.||Online|
Past Workshops – 2021
Contacting the Inner Creator — Revising Your Narrative
|What would it be like to live from another narrative? Imagine!||Online|
Working with Difficult Feelings
|Difficult feeling de-stabilize us. How do we find our stability and orient toward wellbeing? How might we view our difficulties as opportunities to grow? Our difficulties are the potential seeds of wisdom and freedom. “Peace is the moment without judgement. Everything is welcomed.” … Dorothy Hunt||Online|
The Power of Listening
|Listening can be the gateway to intimacy with our inner life and with each other.||Online|
What Interferes with Compassion for the Self?
|Self-compassion is a response to suffering. What interferes with this response is that we have not yet learned how to relate to and accept our vulnerability. How can we be kinder to ourselves?||Online|
|First, we must notice! When we become curious and more familiar with those things that trigger our reactivity, we bring deliberate intention to notice our reactivity and orient toward settling and grounding so that we don’t cause more trouble for ourselves and others.||Online|
|When we live with intentionality, we become more conscious of our choices. We are more present to what matters.||Online|