Meeting News 1/10/22

We have three online meditations a week, on Wednesday morning, Thursday evening, and Saturday morning. The Zoom links for those meetings can be found on the Events Calendar and you will also find more detailed information below. You’re welcome to join us online for any of the 3 meetings each week. Change in Format for… Continue reading Meeting News 1/10/22

Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

Here’s a discussion of impermanence by Gil Fronsdal which does a good job of identifying different ways of understanding and realizing impermanence. This can allow us to begin to let go of some of the clinging that can lead to dissatisfaction in life. You can find that article here: Impermanence. A monk and a lay follower of the… Continue reading Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

Quote For The Week

“Throughout life, we may notice both slow and abrupt changes in the body. With ever-changing experiences of gain and loss, pleasure and pain, we are given opportunities to confront the knot of grasping and experience its release. Such insights into impermanence, suffering, and not-self correspond to traditional definitions of right view.” Gregory Kramer – A Whole-Life Path

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Meeting News 12/27/21

We have three online meditations a week, on Wednesday morning, Thursday evening, and Saturday morning. The Zoom links for those meetings can be found on the Events Calendar and you will also find more detailed information below. You’re welcome to join us online for any of the 3 meetings each week. In addition to our… Continue reading Meeting News 12/27/21

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“A calmer mind is more able to see past the urgency of immediate pain or pleasure, to apprehend causes and effects more clearly. Release and relief also build confidence in our own innate wisdom. This is not confidence that we are right, but confidence that supports asking questions like, “What is going on right now?”… Continue reading Quote For The Week

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Beginning Meditation Classes

Our Beginning Meditation classes are presented in a four-part series, and will be conducted online via zoom. The classes are intended to work together to provide an introduction to meditation or serve as a useful “touchstone” for more experienced practitioners. You are welcome to attend any or all of the classes. Each class can be… Continue reading Beginning Meditation Classes

Meeting News 12/13/21

We have three online meditations a week, on Wednesday morning, Thursday evening, and Saturday morning. The Zoom links for those meetings can be found on the Events Calendar and you will also find more detailed information below. You’re welcome to join us online for any of the 3 meetings each week. In addition to our… Continue reading Meeting News 12/13/21

Updated Resources for Meditation and Support

Here’s a brief introduction to the Buddha’s Eightfold Path:  What is the Eightfold Path? A more detailed approach to the path can be found on Rick Hanson’s site at the following link: The Noble Eigthfold Path

Quote for the Week

“Buddhadasa, a beloved twentieth-century Thai Buddhist teacher, expressed the relationship of personal meditation to our interpersonal lives: “If we are learning anything from our personal meditation practice, then it reveals itself in our relationships with other people.”  Gregory Kramer, “Insight Dialogue: The Interpersonal Path to Freedom”

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