What we're about

A group of local meditations helping to support and develop for new and experienced meditators. Free - Open to all, we supply the cushions, chairs, a beautiful room and tea. Come and support if you are an experienced meditator or come and learn if you are new. Hope to see you there. Open to all but primarily concentration and insight meditations from several traditions.

Though it says "new group" the group has been in existence for a few years.. come and join us..

Upcoming events (5)

Tuesday Night Meditation!

The Lawrence Library

Jan 19, 2021 Hi All - Zoom Mediation - details below.. This isn't filled in yet.. Let me know if you're looking for any type of particular meditation - otherwise it should be posted by Sunday If you need inspiration check out either; https://dharmaseed.org/teachers/ for some really good guided meditations and talks, or the free - really well done audio books (also in pdf). I'm told that the excellent reader is from Lowell on all of the books. I *highly* recommend the first one "Uncommon Wisdom" - the first 4 chapters are a biography (interesting) but the "wisdom" starts at chapter 5. https://forestdhamma.org/audio/forest-dhamma-audiobooks/ https://forestdhamma.org/books/english-books/ All the best! Brian 9/27/2020 Hi All! Chill out and spend an hour or so with the meditation group in Pepperell on Tuesday at 7:00PM. It's open to one and all. There will be a short talk on a meditation topic, maybe on the the equalizer event we all share - death (See link at the end). Feel free to request any topic you want if you don't like this and I'll offer whatever I know. As always - if there is someone who wants to give a talk on a meditation or lead a meditation subject they feel well versed in, I welcome you and offer the time. Otherwise we will cover a few different meditation techniques. So log on and don't be shy if you have a preference, or you can just sit back and be present. If this zoom link doesn't work, then try going to the Pepperell Lawrence library events and find the 7PM meditation and go to the zoom link there, that should be the most recent.. but this may well work also. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86802228504?pwd=WisxQkJIYkxhMGZwT0N4WkRXUTN6dz09 Click on 7PM Tuesday Zoom meditation, click on it, get the zoom link and we'll see you there. http://www.eventkeeper.com/mars/xpages/L/LAWRENCE/ekpmonth.cfm?curOrg=LAWRENCE Wishing only good stuff at you, Anumodana. Brian ------------------------------------------- Meditation for all: Beginners to decades long meditators are welcome. There is no set agenda except some guided meditation broken by some talks and interaction between the folks who are there. If you have no experience, we can offer some guidance. If you have experience then we welcome to you help guide a meditation session. This is non-denominational group meditation, however most of the meditation techniques have a Buddhist origin and also have been adopted widely in psychotherapy (PTSD treatment, stress reduction, etc under a variety of names) - you don't need to believe in anything except what you know for yourself to be true, nor will you be asked to believe otherwise. Meditation is the empirical experience of here and now. We have a beautiful room, tea, chairs, cushions, or bring your own cushion and dress comfortably. We're just here to support each others practice or to learn to learn how to develop one. Feel free but never obligated to bring a snack as sharing helps free the mind - in lieu of a snack your presence is an even greater blessing. Running time if flexible.. come late, leave early.. Usually it runs about about 70 minutes but you're never obligated to stay. Have some tea, a nice sit, and leave with less stress. Price is free (as in the best things in life). Satisfaction guaranteed or double your karma back. Feel free to contact brfindla -> yahoo if you have questions Metta!

Tuesday Night Meditation!

The Lawrence Library

01/26/2021 Hi All - Zoom Mediation - details below.. This isn't filled in yet.. Let me know if you're looking for any type of particular meditation - otherwise it should be posted by Sunday If you need inspiration check out either; https://dharmaseed.org/teachers/ for some really good guided meditations and talks, or the free - really well done audio books (also in pdf). I'm told that the excellent reader is from Lowell on all of the books. I *highly* recommend the first one "Uncommon Wisdom" - the first 4 chapters are a biography (interesting) but the "wisdom" starts at chapter 5. https://forestdhamma.org/audio/forest-dhamma-audiobooks/ https://forestdhamma.org/books/english-books/ All the best! Brian 9/27/2020 Hi All! Chill out and spend an hour or so with the meditation group in Pepperell on Tuesday at 7:00PM. It's open to one and all. There will be a short talk on a meditation topic, maybe on the the equalizer event we all share - death (See link at the end). Feel free to request any topic you want if you don't like this and I'll offer whatever I know. As always - if there is someone who wants to give a talk on a meditation or lead a meditation subject they feel well versed in, I welcome you and offer the time. Otherwise we will cover a few different meditation techniques. So log on and don't be shy if you have a preference, or you can just sit back and be present. If this zoom link doesn't work, then try going to the Pepperell Lawrence library events and find the 7PM meditation and go to the zoom link there, that should be the most recent.. but this may well work also. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86802228504?pwd=WisxQkJIYkxhMGZwT0N4WkRXUTN6dz09 Click on 7PM Tuesday Zoom meditation, click on it, get the zoom link and we'll see you there. http://www.eventkeeper.com/mars/xpages/L/LAWRENCE/ekpmonth.cfm?curOrg=LAWRENCE Wishing only good stuff at you, Anumodana. Brian ------------------------------------------- Meditation for all: Beginners to decades long meditators are welcome. There is no set agenda except some guided meditation broken by some talks and interaction between the folks who are there. If you have no experience, we can offer some guidance. If you have experience then we welcome to you help guide a meditation session. This is non-denominational group meditation, however most of the meditation techniques have a Buddhist origin and also have been adopted widely in psychotherapy (PTSD treatment, stress reduction, etc under a variety of names) - you don't need to believe in anything except what you know for yourself to be true, nor will you be asked to believe otherwise. Meditation is the empirical experience of here and now. We have a beautiful room, tea, chairs, cushions, or bring your own cushion and dress comfortably. We're just here to support each others practice or to learn to learn how to develop one. Feel free but never obligated to bring a snack as sharing helps free the mind - in lieu of a snack your presence is an even greater blessing. Running time if flexible.. come late, leave early.. Usually it runs about about 70 minutes but you're never obligated to stay. Have some tea, a nice sit, and leave with less stress. Price is free (as in the best things in life). Satisfaction guaranteed or double your karma back. Feel free to contact brfindla -> yahoo if you have questions Metta!

Tuesday Night Meditation!

The Lawrence Library

12/15/2020 Hi All - Zoom Mediation - details below.. This isn't filled in yet.. it should be by Sunday If you need inspiration check out either; https://dharmaseed.org/teachers/ for some really good guided meditations and talks, or the free - really well done audio books (also in pdf). I'm told that the excellent reader is from Lowell on all of the books. I *highly* recommend the first one "Uncommon Wisdom" - the first 4 chapters are a biography (interesting) but the "wisdom" starts at chapter 5. https://forestdhamma.org/audio/forest-dhamma-audiobooks/ https://forestdhamma.org/books/english-books/ All the best! Brian 9/27/2020 Hi All! Chill out and spend an hour or so with the meditation group in Pepperell on Tuesday at 7:00PM. It's open to one and all. There will be a short talk on a meditation topic, maybe on the the equalizer event we all share - death (See link at the end). Feel free to request any topic you want if you don't like this and I'll offer whatever I know. As always - if there is someone who wants to give a talk on a meditation or lead a meditation subject they feel well versed in, I welcome you and offer the time. Otherwise we will cover a few different meditation techniques. So log on and don't be shy if you have a preference, or you can just sit back and be present. If this zoom link doesn't work, then try going to the Pepperell Lawrence library events and find the 7PM meditation and go to the zoom link there, that should be the most recent.. but this may well work also. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86802228504?pwd=WisxQkJIYkxhMGZwT0N4WkRXUTN6dz09 Click on 7PM Tuesday Zoom meditation, click on it, get the zoom link and we'll see you there. http://www.eventkeeper.com/mars/xpages/L/LAWRENCE/ekpmonth.cfm?curOrg=LAWRENCE Wishing only good stuff at you, Anumodana. Brian ------------------------------------------- Meditation for all: Beginners to decades long meditators are welcome. There is no set agenda except some guided meditation broken by some talks and interaction between the folks who are there. If you have no experience, we can offer some guidance. If you have experience then we welcome to you help guide a meditation session. This is non-denominational group meditation, however most of the meditation techniques have a Buddhist origin and also have been adopted widely in psychotherapy (PTSD treatment, stress reduction, etc under a variety of names) - you don't need to believe in anything except what you know for yourself to be true, nor will you be asked to believe otherwise. Meditation is the empirical experience of here and now. We have a beautiful room, tea, chairs, cushions, or bring your own cushion and dress comfortably. We're just here to support each others practice or to learn to learn how to develop one. Feel free but never obligated to bring a snack as sharing helps free the mind - in lieu of a snack your presence is an even greater blessing. Running time if flexible.. come late, leave early.. Usually it runs about about 70 minutes but you're never obligated to stay. Have some tea, a nice sit, and leave with less stress. Price is free (as in the best things in life). Satisfaction guaranteed or double your karma back. Feel free to contact brfindla -> yahoo if you have questions Metta!

Tuesday Night Meditation!

The Lawrence Library

12/15/2020 Hi All - Zoom Mediation - details below.. This isn't filled in yet.. it should be by Sunday If you need inspiration check out either; https://dharmaseed.org/teachers/ for some really good guided meditations and talks, or the free - really well done audio books (also in pdf). I'm told that the excellent reader is from Lowell on all of the books. I *highly* recommend the first one "Uncommon Wisdom" - the first 4 chapters are a biography (interesting) but the "wisdom" starts at chapter 5. https://forestdhamma.org/audio/forest-dhamma-audiobooks/ https://forestdhamma.org/books/english-books/ All the best! Brian 9/27/2020 Hi All! Chill out and spend an hour or so with the meditation group in Pepperell on Tuesday at 7:00PM. It's open to one and all. There will be a short talk on a meditation topic, maybe on the the equalizer event we all share - death (See link at the end). Feel free to request any topic you want if you don't like this and I'll offer whatever I know. As always - if there is someone who wants to give a talk on a meditation or lead a meditation subject they feel well versed in, I welcome you and offer the time. Otherwise we will cover a few different meditation techniques. So log on and don't be shy if you have a preference, or you can just sit back and be present. If this zoom link doesn't work, then try going to the Pepperell Lawrence library events and find the 7PM meditation and go to the zoom link there, that should be the most recent.. but this may well work also. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86802228504?pwd=WisxQkJIYkxhMGZwT0N4WkRXUTN6dz09 Click on 7PM Tuesday Zoom meditation, click on it, get the zoom link and we'll see you there. http://www.eventkeeper.com/mars/xpages/L/LAWRENCE/ekpmonth.cfm?curOrg=LAWRENCE Wishing only good stuff at you, Anumodana. Brian ------------------------------------------- Meditation for all: Beginners to decades long meditators are welcome. There is no set agenda except some guided meditation broken by some talks and interaction between the folks who are there. If you have no experience, we can offer some guidance. If you have experience then we welcome to you help guide a meditation session. This is non-denominational group meditation, however most of the meditation techniques have a Buddhist origin and also have been adopted widely in psychotherapy (PTSD treatment, stress reduction, etc under a variety of names) - you don't need to believe in anything except what you know for yourself to be true, nor will you be asked to believe otherwise. Meditation is the empirical experience of here and now. We have a beautiful room, tea, chairs, cushions, or bring your own cushion and dress comfortably. We're just here to support each others practice or to learn to learn how to develop one. Feel free but never obligated to bring a snack as sharing helps free the mind - in lieu of a snack your presence is an even greater blessing. Running time if flexible.. come late, leave early.. Usually it runs about about 70 minutes but you're never obligated to stay. Have some tea, a nice sit, and leave with less stress. Price is free (as in the best things in life). Satisfaction guaranteed or double your karma back. Feel free to contact brfindla -> yahoo if you have questions Metta!

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Tuesday Night Meditation!

The Lawrence Library

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