Please read these guidelines before joining an online sit.
We don’t know how long this period of social distancing will last; these times are stressful, and fear can consume us. We share our reflective meditation practice with you as a refuge and a time for daily connection. We have two drop-in groups open to novices, seasoned meditators and everyone in between.
- If you don’t have a meditation practice, this might be an ideal time to give it a try.
- If you do have one, here is an opportunity to boost your daily practice.
- If you’ve had difficulty establishing an “at home” meditation practice, this can help you initiate or strengthen one.
- If, during these challenging times, you’re finding it hard to practice, to ground yourself, to concentrate, this is a chance to support your practice.
Daily Online Meditation
9:00am – 10:00am/PT every day
See schedule and link to join below
Enobling–An Online Meditation Retreat
with Nelly Kaufer and Linda Modaro
April 29 – May 2, 2022
Online via Zoom–Link will be sent after registration
The “Four Noble Truths/Tasks” are traditionally considered a core of the Buddha’s teachings. In Reflective Meditation this teaching has evolved into what we may simply call “ennobling” — though it’s a bit awkward to not follow ennobling with an object. You may wonder what the heck are they? Are they absolute Truths or provisional truths? Or are they undertakings or commitments or tasks? We can’t adequately answer that. Instead, on this retreat, we’ll go into “The Four Noble Truths/Tasks” and take this teaching into the heart of our meditation practice. We can each discover, from our own experience, how they may be ennobling.
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