Approaching the journey of becoming through
mindfulness, adult development, & the wisdom traditions.

 

 

Through contemplative practice and informed by the latest research in adult development,
Lower Lights collectively creates a vibrant, awake space where individuals are emboldened to become
what they are meant to become.

 
 

Why did you create lower lights?

WHAT DO YOU DO AT LOWER LIGHTS?


Upcoming Events & Offerings

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MINDFULNESS ESSENTIALS ONLINE COURSE

Mindfulness Essentials provides a solid foundation for anyone looking to reap the profound benefits of a mindfulness practice in their daily life. Broken into eight modules with six in-depth guided meditations, this course will lend momentum to your practice whether you are just beginning or have been practicing for many years.  

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MONTHLY SANGHA GATHERINGS

Lower Lights Sangha (Sanskrit for community) gathers once a month at the historic Clubhouse in downtown Salt Lake City. Each month, Thomas hosts the larger community in practices that engage meditative awareness, mindfulness in relationship, and conceptual understanding from the world’s wisdom traditions–touching into the timeless elements of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness. After the formal program, people stick around, dance, schmooze, and have a snack generously provided by our members.

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LOWER LIGHTS STUDIES: THE MARRIAGE OF MEDITATION & SCIENCE

We are convening our next Lower Lights Studies to discuss Shinzen Young’s The Science of Enlightenment. In May Thomas conducted a Mindfulness+ interview with Young, who advocates for the marriage of science and contemplative spirituality, a bedrock of the Lower Lights experience.

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PARTNERS & COLLABORATORS

 
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Lower Lights is a participant of the Harvard Divinity School’s December Gathering, part of an ongoing research project and action network that identifies religious innovators seeking to revitalize their faith traditions and community leaders seeking to build communities of meaning and belonging.



Photography by Ann Whittaker