Life itself comes to us as a gift, a blessing of abundance worth celebrating. The life well lived requires intention, effort and commitment. Just as we train to master specific skills so too can we learn to master the art of living well.

In Japanese Zen a training period is called “ango” or Peaceful Dwelling. The roots of ango go back to the time of Shakyamuni Buddha, when he and his community would gather together for periods of intense meditation and study during the rainy season.

“It is not the length of life, but the depth.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Training periods offer the structure, support and the accountability necessary to realize noticeable and positive transformation. M2’s training process allows anyone to participate, regardless of your current level of practice.