Wisdom Breath Meditation: Oct – Dec 2020

These three live, online practice sessions will explore the subtle body as a powerful doorway to realize the gifts that emerge from the openness of being.

Join 3 Doors Senior Teacher Alejandro Chaoul, Ph.D, for an introduction to the Tibetan meditation practices of Tsa Lung where you will:

  • Utilize breath and simple visualization to align your posture and rediscover the power of your subtle body.
  • Connect with the natural state of being, a sense of being grounded, alive, and at home.
  • Discover the vibrancy of the five breath-energies that support inner healing and well-being.
  • Apply subtle and simple body movements to guide the five breath-energies to support awareness.
  • Bring fullness of presence to everyday activities.

This program is a preview of Exploring Your Wisdom Breath Energies, launching in Spring 2020, where these practices will be delved into more deeply.

Course Details:

TEACHER: Alejandro Chaoul

DATES/TIMES: October 2, November 20, December 11, 2020 from 1:00 – 2:30 p.m. New York Time (Time Zone Calculator)

COST:   $39 covers all three sessions.

All are welcome to attend.  There are no prerequisites for this course.  Please contact if you have questions.


Teacher Bio

Alejando Chaoul
Alejando ChaoulSenior Teacher
Alejandro Chaoul has studied in the Tibetan tradition since 1989, and for over 30 years with Yongdzin Tenzin Namdak and Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche. He holds a PhD in Tibetan religions from Rice University and is the director of the new Mind Body Spirit Institute at the Jung Center of Houston. He teaches meditation classes and workshops nationally and internationally through The 3 Doors and Ligmincha International. Since 1999 he has designed and taught mind-body interventions for the Integrative Medicine Program of the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX, where he holds a faculty position and conducts research on the effects of these practices in people with cancer. He is an associate faculty member at The University of Texas’ McGovern Center for Humanities and Ethics, where he teaches medical students in the areas of spirituality, complementary and integrative medicine, and end of life care. In addition to teaching the Latin American Academy, Alejandro serves on the research committee at The 3 Doors and is a Fellow at the Mind & Life Institute. Alejandro is the author of “Chod Practice in the Bon Tradition” (Snow Lion, 2009) and “Tibetan Yoga for Health & Well-Being” (Hay House 2018). He lives in Houston with his wife, son, and daughter.