Meditation for Everyone (Weekly Group)
May 14 @ 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm
An event every week that begins at 6:30pm on Tuesday, repeating until May 21, 2019
Whether you have an established practice or have never meditated, this weekly group offers an opportunity to (joyfully) gather with others and discover aspects of your own experience that are already present, but which may have gone unnoticed.
Each evening will include at least one meditation that offers guidance/instruction, which is useful for beginners and helpful in establishing greater concentration for experienced practitioners. And each evening will also include at least one meditation that is mostly silent, offering everyone an opportunity to establish greater mindfulness and to begin to practice with your own mind, as it is.
Some evenings will also provide the opportunity to practice walking meditation.
While we hope that many people will make this a regular part of their week, each week stands on its own and drop-ins are welcome. Come as you are, whenever you can!
$10 Suggested Donation
With Rich Hunt
Richard Hunt is a retired psychologist; during the course of his career, he worked in the areas of chronic pain, addictions, relationship problems, and individual distress. He has been a student of the Diamond Approach (the Ridhwan School) since the mid 1990’s. The Diamond Approach is a path of self-realization that draws from Eastern and Western spiritual traditions and from modern psychology; its aim is to help students discover and actualize their most authentic self.
Richard has also studied Mahamudra meditation, participating in over a dozen retreats led by lamas and practitioners familiar with that view; in addition, he has participated in many Vipassana style meditation retreats. He has familiarity with a wide range of spiritual approaches.