Meditation will restart Tuesday January 31/17, 4.30pm to 6pm
Until Linda returns from BC – Jan Bowen 705.745.2990 is the contact.
June, July, August & September, 2016
The meditation group will be meeting at Sandy Fiegehen’s for June, July, August and September. Meditators meet every Tuesday, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. We practice sitting, walking, concentration, lovingkindness and other forms of meditation. It is also our commitment to build a sense of community. A $3/time contribution helps cover the cost of renting the room. Please come and join in whenever it works for you. For more information please email Sandy.
Ajahn Chah makes this observation of meditation practice: “Your mind will become still in any surroundings, like a clear forest pool. All kinds of wonderful, rare animals will come to drink at the pool, and you will clearly see the nature of all things. You will see many strange and wonderful things come and go, but you will be still. This is the happiness of the Buddha [The unbounded happiness of the Buddha was founded on the clear seeing and compassion running through his life in all circumstances.]”
Enrich your meditation practice or begin a meditation practice with a community of meditators who meet every Tuesday, 4:30 – 6:00 at the Synagogue. Our forms of meditation include, but are not limited to, sitting, walking, standing, compassion, lovingkindness, gratitude, and concentration. It is always our intention to create a welcoming and warm community. A $3/time contribution helps to cover the cost of the room. If you have any questions please contact Linda Palmason at email@example.com or 705-749-6235.
“Straightforward and simple (but not easy), meditation is essentially training our attention so that we can be more aware–not only of our own inner workings but also of what’s happening around us in the here and now. Once we see clearly what’s happening in the moment, we can then choose whether and how to act on what we’re seeing.” Sharon Salzberg. “Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation
“Mindful breathing (meditation) is a kind of bridge that brings the body and the mind together. If through mindfulness of breath you generate harmony, depth, and calm, these will penetrate into your body and mind…in the practice of meditation, the three elements of body, mind, and breath become one.”
— Thich Nhat Hahn “You Are Here”
Just take 3 deep, slow breaths and observe how your mind and body respond.