What we're about
(a form of world community service and personal spiritual practice)
Many people today are looking for a way to help the world and build a stronger connection with their own spiritual nature. Transmission Meditation is possibly the simplest way to do both ― at the same time.
Transmission Meditation is a safe, scientific, non-denominational activity. It will not interfere with any religious or spiritual practice. On the contrary, it will enhance your personal meditation and any other spiritual activities in which you may be engaged.
For a brief introduction to the actual practice of Transmission Meditation, please refer to the short article “How to do Transmission Meditation” under the “pages” tab at the top of this web page.
After you have checked out the above information and related pages to get a better idea of what transmission meditation is all about, and if you would like to join other transmission meditators from different parts of the country from your own home you can do so on:
… Mondays (4 - 6 PM) for a group in Pittsburgh
… Mondays (7 – 8:15 PM) for a group in Eugene, OR
... Tuesdays & Thursdays (6 - 8 PM) for a group in Denver
… Tuesdays, Thursdays & Sundays (8 - 11 PM) for a group in San Francisco
... Wednesdays (7:30 and 8:30 PM) for a group in Seattle
Please refer to the calendar for any recent updates to these days and times. All the times given above and in the calendar are in Pacific time. While these groups meditate for longer than a beginner might want to meditate, doing Transmission Meditation for any length of time during the above days and times “with” these groups will be of some benefit.
At the current time, to the best of my knowledge, there is not any regular meeting of transmission meditators in the Spokane/Coeur d’Alene area. While physically meditating with a group is usually a more focused experience, you don’t have to be physically present to be of some benefit to the world community in general and to yourself spiritually. Please also note: When this webpage was started our meditators were spread out over the Inland Northwest without anyone meditating in a group that met regularly face to face. We coordinated our meditation times and days with a Transmission Meditation group in the Seattle area on Wednesdays and since then with other groups around the country.
You can however start your own local meditation group with a minimum number of three people who can get together face to face on a regular basis. By physically meeting together, you and your group and the world can benefit even more. The website www.TransmissionMeditation.org (http://www.transmissionmeditation.org/) has all the information you would need to start your own group.
If you want to use this Meetup page to network with those who are interested in being part of a meditation group where you live, please click the “discussions” tab for this Meetup page to do just that. Once you have the nucleus of a group lined up, and a day, time and a place to meet, you are welcome to post it on the INWTM calendar. Contact Tad about how you can do that.
(Incidentally, the artwork that is featured at the top of this posting is from the front cover of the book that introduced Transmission Meditation to the world in 1983 and is now in its fifth edition as of 2006. The book is: “TRANSMISSION MEDITATION: A Meditation for the New Age” by Benjamin Crème.)