• Weekly Meditation Practice and Study Session

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    For June we will be taking turns leading the discussion using Tergar’s recommended discussion topics. Weekly informal session that includes a mix of guided meditation, instruction on meditation techniques, and discussion about meditation practice taught in the relaxed, clear style of the Tibetan master Mingyur Rinpoche, author of best-selling book “The Joy of Living”. All of our weekly practice sessions aim to be informative, encouraging and accessible for beginners and experienced meditators alike. We explore meditation according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, staying true to that tradition while learning and discussing in an informal, secular setting. We present meditation in a non-religious way that embraces ancient wisdom, modern knowledge and contemporary scientific understanding to show that anyone can bring peace, compassion and wisdom into their lives by cultivating a meditation practice. These sessions are free. They will be led by Matt Zumwalt and other participants from the Tergar Philly practice group. Donations are welcome.

  • Weekly Meditation Practice and Study Session

    Location visible to members

    For June we will be taking turns leading the discussion using Tergar’s recommended discussion topics. Weekly informal session that includes a mix of guided meditation, instruction on meditation techniques, and discussion about meditation practice taught in the relaxed, clear style of the Tibetan master Mingyur Rinpoche, author of best-selling book “The Joy of Living”. All of our weekly practice sessions aim to be informative, encouraging and accessible for beginners and experienced meditators alike. We explore meditation according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, staying true to that tradition while learning and discussing in an informal, secular setting. We present meditation in a non-religious way that embraces ancient wisdom, modern knowledge and contemporary scientific understanding to show that anyone can bring peace, compassion and wisdom into their lives by cultivating a meditation practice. These sessions are free. They will be led by Matt Zumwalt and other participants from the Tergar Philly practice group. Donations are welcome.

  • No meeting this week.

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    We will not be meeting this week. Our regular weekly sessions will resume next week on Thursday June 6th.

  • Weekly Meditation Practice and Study Session

    2500 Poplar Street (home)

    This week's topic: Deepening Session on Meditating on Basic Goodness - Nurturing the Spark of Awareness Recommended Reading: Joy of Living pp. 46-53 Weekly informal session that includes a mix of guided meditation, instruction on meditation techniques, and discussion about meditation practice taught in the relaxed, clear style of the Tibetan master Mingyur Rinpoche, author of best-selling book “The Joy of Living”. All of our weekly practice sessions aim to be informative, encouraging and accessible for beginners and experienced meditators alike. We explore meditation according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, staying true to that tradition while learning and discussing in an informal, secular setting. We present meditation in a non-religious way that embraces ancient wisdom, modern knowledge and contemporary scientific understanding to show that anyone can bring peace, compassion and wisdom into their lives by cultivating a meditation practice. These sessions are free. They will be led by Matt Zumwalt and other participants from the Tergar Philly practice group. Donations are welcome.

  • Weekly Meditation Practice and Study Session

    2500 Poplar Street (home)

    This week's topic: Meditating on Basic Goodness - Nurturing the Spark of Awareness Recommended Reading: Joy of Living pp. 46-53 Weekly informal session that includes a mix of guided meditation, instruction on meditation techniques, and discussion about meditation practice taught in the relaxed, clear style of the Tibetan master Mingyur Rinpoche, author of best-selling book “The Joy of Living”. All of our weekly practice sessions aim to be informative, encouraging and accessible for beginners and experienced meditators alike. We explore meditation according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, staying true to that tradition while learning and discussing in an informal, secular setting. We present meditation in a non-religious way that embraces ancient wisdom, modern knowledge and contemporary scientific understanding to show that anyone can bring peace, compassion and wisdom into their lives by cultivating a meditation practice. These sessions are free. They will be led by Matt Zumwalt and other participants from the Tergar Philly practice group. Donations are welcome.

  • Weekly Meditation - Practice Session

    2500 Poplar Street (home)

    This week is a practice session. There will be less discussion and more time focusing on meditating together, with a mix of sitting meditation and walking meditation. All of our weekly sessions are open to everyone. Recommended Reading: Joy of Living pp. [masked] Weekly informal session that includes a mix of guided meditation, instruction on meditation techniques, and discussion about meditation practice taught in the relaxed, clear style of the Tibetan master Mingyur Rinpoche, author of best-selling book “The Joy of Living”. All of our weekly practice sessions aim to be informative, encouraging and accessible for beginners and experienced meditators alike. We explore meditation according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, staying true to that tradition while learning and discussing in an informal, secular setting. We present meditation in a non-religious way that embraces ancient wisdom, modern knowledge and contemporary scientific understanding to show that anyone can bring peace, compassion and wisdom into their lives by cultivating a meditation practice. These sessions are free. They will be led by Matt Zumwalt and other participants from the Tergar Philly practice group. Donations are welcome.

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  • Weekly Meditation Practice and Study Session

    Location visible to members

    This week's topic: Open Awareness and the Breath in Difficult Situations Recommended Reading: Joy of Living pp. [masked] Weekly informal session that includes a mix of guided meditation, instruction on meditation techniques, and discussion about meditation practice taught in the relaxed, clear style of the Tibetan master Mingyur Rinpoche, author of best-selling book “The Joy of Living”. All of our weekly practice sessions aim to be informative, encouraging and accessible for beginners and experienced meditators alike. We explore meditation according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, staying true to that tradition while learning and discussing in an informal, secular setting. We present meditation in a non-religious way that embraces ancient wisdom, modern knowledge and contemporary scientific understanding to show that anyone can bring peace, compassion and wisdom into their lives by cultivating a meditation practice. These sessions are free. They will be led by Matt Zumwalt and other participants from the Tergar Philly practice group. Donations are welcome.

  • Weekly Meditation - Practice Session

    Location visible to members

    This week is a practice session. There will be less discussion and more time focusing on meditating together, with a mix of sitting meditation and walking meditation. All of our weekly sessions are open to everyone. Recommended Reading: Joy of Living pp. [masked] Weekly informal session that includes a mix of guided meditation, instruction on meditation techniques, and discussion about meditation practice taught in the relaxed, clear style of the Tibetan master Mingyur Rinpoche, author of best-selling book “The Joy of Living”. All of our weekly practice sessions aim to be informative, encouraging and accessible for beginners and experienced meditators alike. We explore meditation according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, staying true to that tradition while learning and discussing in an informal, secular setting. We present meditation in a non-religious way that embraces ancient wisdom, modern knowledge and contemporary scientific understanding to show that anyone can bring peace, compassion and wisdom into their lives by cultivating a meditation practice. These sessions are free. They will be led by Matt Zumwalt and other participants from the Tergar Philly practice group. Donations are welcome.