Foxboro Mindfulness

Foxboro Mindfulness
Foxboro Mindfulness
Public group

Every week on Wednesday

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This week we will speak speaking about the concept of being present. Please join us for meditation and inspiring discussion. We are an informal group of people who are searching to create a more peaceful and balanced way of living. Through meditation and conversation we expand our awareness and learn to stay focused on being mindful. Many of us have found a greater sense of calm and contentment through this shared experience.

If you are looking to learn how to meditate or improve your practice, join this group of seekers who would be happy to share their knowledge with you. Topics for conversation are generated by the group and include subjects such as self-acceptance, forgiveness, grief, and anger. We explore Buddhist concepts, including teachings from Pema Chodron, Eckhart Tolle, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Tara Brach.

There is no long-term commitment, and we welcome people of all ages. Please join us for our weekly meditation and discussion under the fairy lights in the Foxboro Universalist Church on 6 Bird Street.

A reminder: our meeting begins at 6:30, and we start our meditation at 6:45. If you arrive after 6:45, please enter quietly and join our meditation.

Please note: while it may appear that only one or two people are attending based on this group page, there is usually a core group of 5-10 people every week. Come join us and see what we are all about.

Cost: $3.00 to cover charges for nightly room rental and meetup site fee.

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