What we're about

We are part of the Meet up family to teach Meditation and Mindfulness. We have ongoing weekly classes which give you great tools to help cultivate self-awareness into everyday life...helping you be "in the moment, present, mindful, anchored etc."

Visit our website http://www.ReddingMeditation.org for more information or e-mail info@reddingmeditation.org or call 203-244-3130, if you have any questions.

We look forward to meeting you.

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M E D I T A T E - ONLINE

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We teach and practice a type of meditation known as Mahasati meditation. Mahasati in Pali means “great awareness.” It is a form of Vipassana or Insight meditation which originates in Southeast Asia. Mahasati meditation cultivates self-awareness initially through attention to the movement of the body and, at intermediate and more advanced levels, to the Movement of the mind. This ultimately leads to a direct and profound understanding of the origins of suffering in human experience and points the way toward ultimate liberation. While Mahasati meditation has its roots in Buddhism, it is not necessary to accept any type of religious doctrine in order to practice. It is also possible to practice it conjointly with other forms of religious practice. MEDITATION & DHAMMA TALK (ONLINE) Wednesday: 7:00 – 8:00pm Saturday: 10:00 – 11:00 am We are happy to welcome beginners! For further information, please visit www.ReddingMeditation.org. You will find instructions on how to sign on to the ZOOM meeting, including a password. http://www.ReddingMeditation.org or email: [masked].

M E D I T A T E - ONLINE

Online event

We teach and practice a type of meditation known as Mahasati meditation. Mahasati in Pali means “great awareness.” It is a form of Vipassana or Insight meditation which originates in Southeast Asia. Mahasati meditation cultivates self-awareness initially through attention to the movement of the body and, at intermediate and more advanced levels, to the Movement of the mind. This ultimately leads to a direct and profound understanding of the origins of suffering in human experience and points the way toward ultimate liberation. While Mahasati meditation has its roots in Buddhism, it is not necessary to accept any type of religious doctrine in order to practice. It is also possible to practice it conjointly with other forms of religious practice. MEDITATION & DHAMMA TALK (ONLINE) Wednesday: 7:00 – 8:00pm Saturday: 10:00 – 11:00 am We are happy to welcome beginners! For further information, please visit www.ReddingMeditation.org. You will find instructions on how to sign on to the ZOOM meeting, including a password. http://www.ReddingMeditation.org or email: [masked].

M E D I T A T E - ONLINE

Online event

We teach and practice a type of meditation known as Mahasati meditation. Mahasati in Pali means “great awareness.” It is a form of Vipassana or Insight meditation which originates in Southeast Asia. Mahasati meditation cultivates self-awareness initially through attention to the movement of the body and, at intermediate and more advanced levels, to the Movement of the mind. This ultimately leads to a direct and profound understanding of the origins of suffering in human experience and points the way toward ultimate liberation. While Mahasati meditation has its roots in Buddhism, it is not necessary to accept any type of religious doctrine in order to practice. It is also possible to practice it conjointly with other forms of religious practice. MEDITATION & DHAMMA TALK (ONLINE) Wednesday: 7:00 – 8:00pm Saturday: 10:00 – 11:00 am We are happy to welcome beginners! For further information, please visit www.ReddingMeditation.org. You will find instructions on how to sign on to the ZOOM meeting, including a password. http://www.ReddingMeditation.org or email: [masked].

M E D I T A T E - ONLINE

Online event

We teach and practice a type of meditation known as Mahasati meditation. Mahasati in Pali means “great awareness.” It is a form of Vipassana or Insight meditation which originates in Southeast Asia. Mahasati meditation cultivates self-awareness initially through attention to the movement of the body and, at intermediate and more advanced levels, to the Movement of the mind. This ultimately leads to a direct and profound understanding of the origins of suffering in human experience and points the way toward ultimate liberation. While Mahasati meditation has its roots in Buddhism, it is not necessary to accept any type of religious doctrine in order to practice. It is also possible to practice it conjointly with other forms of religious practice. MEDITATION & DHAMMA TALK (ONLINE) Wednesday: 7:00 – 8:00pm Saturday: 10:00 – 11:00 am We are happy to welcome beginners! For further information, please visit www.ReddingMeditation.org. You will find instructions on how to sign on to the ZOOM meeting, including a password. http://www.ReddingMeditation.org or email: [masked].

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