Led by meditation teacher Shaila Catherine, this series will explore a series of traditional Buddhist strategies that are used to overcome distraction in meditation practice and develop clarity in relationships, work, and daily life.
For Meditation Month 2023, teacher Christina Feldman will guide us through the cultivation of samadhi.
Led by meditation teacher Devin Berry, this Dharma Talk will explore how two heart practices, metta and karuna, can be cultivated and experienced in meditation and also in day-to-day life.
This series will introduce the four mental trainings for overcoming unwholesome states and reaching wholesome ones that can provide the serenity of mind for further progress in concentrative and insight practices.
Although many factors combine to make death and dying a challenging topic to contemplate, gentle reflection on these themes can cultivate wise response, and support us in living more fully now. This series will explore ways that a balanced reflection on death can support wise and diverse action in three circles: with ourselves, with our close community, and globally, with all beings, in the climate crisis.
In this Dharma Talk, Martin Aylward will draw on his thirty years of meditation experience to consider how meditative practice evolves over the course of a life, and how to embrace, rather than resist, this path of evolution.