Don't miss the Alexander Technique for Meditation series starting August 3
Your neck, back and hips will thank you!
We are fortunate to host Lama Tsering Friday, July 31!
For Westerners who seek a Buddhist practice, we find ourselves struggling to embrace a tradition that comes from outside our own culture. Lama Tsering NgodrupYodsampa, a longtime dharma teacher and native Tibetan, has faced similar challenges. Working currently as a Chaplain at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston and married to a Westerner he has learned to synthesize the dharma with the rhythms of a Western life. Join us to hear Tsering’s story and to share insights from both Eastern and Western perspectives about what it means to practice dharma in this place and time.
Meditation Tuesdays NEW HOURS: 7:30-8:45 We started too close on the heels of 6-7pm Tai Chi class. Now we'll all have a little breathing room. Hope to see you!
MUSICAL OFFERINGS INTO THE FALL
The Conduit: Saturday, August 8
Will Mamet and Paul Miller: Friday, August 21
John de Kadt and Brenda McMorrow: Friday, October 9
AUDIO of LIVING DHARMA RETREAT AVAILABLE
To hear audio of the June 12-14 Living Dharma Retreat with Upasaka Culadasa, please visit the Dharma Treasure website HERE.
The purpose of a spiritual life is not to become better than others, but better for others.
- Lama Marut
Meditation is a way that many people find peace of mind. In many spiritual traditions, meditation is a practice to bring you wisdom.
Getting clear on how to live in sustaining happiness.
In yoga traditions, the goal of one's practice is perfect contentment, perfect happiness.