Jun 18, 2014 · 6:30 PM
Lotus Mountain Gompa
Change of location!!!!
Please note that the meditation have been move to the Lotus Mountain Dharma Center.
What is Meditation?
Meditation is one of the essential disciplines in the path of self-transformation. Developing the core skills of mindfulness, emotional receptivity and positive energy takes place in the structured setting of formal meditation practice. With the meditation skills we develop, we cultivate our pure heart nature and learn to manifest ourselves genuinely in our daily lives. Through meditation we come to understand how things and events truly exist. Teachers, mentors and instructors are essential supports to mastering this ancient contemplative practice.
These training sessions are appropriate for all level of students and spiritual beliefs.
What You Will Learn
• How to become “frazzle free.”
• Seven point meditation posture.
• Nine stages of meditation.
• How to use breath, chanting, prayers and visualization in meditation.
• How to maintain mindfulness in daily life activities.
• Components to a daily meditation practice.
• How to develop meditation tranquility and insight.
• How to connect fully with your spiritual teachers or higher power.
Venerable Samten Palmo
Ven. Samten Palmo is an Tibetan Buddhist nun in the Karma Kagyu/Nyingma tradition. She received her Rab Jung ordinationvows from the renown Meditation Master Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche and her novice vows from H.E. The 12th Tai Situ Rinpoche, Pema Tönyö Nyinje. As a Western monastic, Ven. Samten Palmo shares her understanding of the Buddhist teachings combined with her knowledge of holistic health and living. She also holds a Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life University, Georgia.
All meetings are on Dana basis.
Dana (generosity) Practice
In the Buddhist tradition, the teachings are given freely because they are considered priceless; in the Buddhist tradition we also practice dana, or generosity, by making monetary offerings for the teachings. Dana is not payment for goods or services rendered; it is given from the heart. Your generosity is a gift that supports not just the teachers, but also the Sangha, the larger Dharma community, and your own practice.