Work with me one-to-one, to deepen and support your Zen meditation and mindfulness practice.

Once you’ve taken an 8-week course, started your daily practice, and perhaps joined our ongoing practice community, you may reach a stage of realizing your inner Zen journey is becoming deep, beautiful, and real. You may decide, as Zen meditators have been doing for generations, that you’d like deeper guidance and support in exploring your personal adventure of Zen practice, healing, and transformation, as you navigate your path and come into alignment with your true self and most genuine life.

If so, please feel very welcome to come for one-to-one mentoring with me (Entering the Stream’s teacher and founder, Mary Hartley).

The sessions are $120 /1-hour meeting. (We offer both full and partial scholarships, as well.)

We’ll meet online, on the free conferencing app Zoom (available to download here).

It’s often best to schedule a free call first, to discuss the one-to-one process and make sure it’s a good fit for you. You can schedule your free call right here.

When you’re ready to schedule your first session, please read our Student Agreement here, and agree to the terms below. Then follow the link to Acuity (our online scheduling service), to choose your time.

I look forward to working with you!

Please feel free to reach out, if you have any questions.

“You may find that, as you walk on, you see the world with new eyes. This new clarity can sometimes be disillusioning, but after all, disillusionment is exactly what we are seeking in genuine spiritual practice. When we let go of our illusions, we approach reality. In taking the great risk that reality is worse than our dreams, we come to the wondrous realization that it is bigger, better, and far more glorious than any dream could be.” –Zen master Julian Daizan Skinner
“True happiness cannot be found in things that change and pass away. Pleasure and pain alternate inexorably. Happiness comes from the self and can be found in the self only. Find your real self and all else will come with it.” –Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj
“You don’t see the world as it is, you see the world as you are.” –the Talmud
“Let the beauty we love be what we do. There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground.” –Rumi
“Overall, I just try to trust where I am led.” –Lama Rod Owen