Finding Peace on Base: Meditation on Camp Lejeune

In 2014, Jacksonville’s Daily News wrote an article about Greg Matos, a clinical psychologist who began a weekly meditation group at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune’s Chapel.   Though Matos is a practicing Buddhist, meditation can be useful to anyone, and you need not be a Buddhist or any particular religious denomination to enjoy the benefits.

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As far as we know, this is the only location in Jacksonville or Camp Lejeune for public mindfulness.  So kudos to Matos for starting this group on base.  There is a meditation service every Thursday, 11 AM at the Naval Hospital Chapel.  Call 910-450-4070 for more information.

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If, however,  Matos’ group doesn’t work for you, there are four options for meditation in nearby Wilmington.

 

 

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