Meditation in Everyday Life: IN BRUNSWICK
with William Barry
November 5 / 6:30 PM - December 3 / 8:00 PM
Meditation in Everyday Life
Nov. 5- Dec. 3
Monday evenings 6:30pm - 8:30pm
PLEASE NOTE THE START DATE HAS BEEN DELAYED ON WEEK TO NOV 5, DUE TO THE PENDING STORM
This first class in the Way of Shambhala series is for new
meditators and offers the opportunity to deepen our experience and understanding of meditation. The Meditation in Everyday Life course is designed to provide you with the introductory tools and teachings for working with meditation in everyday life. With simple instructions and support, mindfulness meditation practice can become part of your lives, bringing greater stability, strength, and clarity. Open to the Public
A perfect follow-up to Level I: The Art of Being Human.
Fee: $40 ($35 members). All are welcome.
FMI contact Bill Barry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 975-2405.
The Way of Shambhala
The Way of Shambhala is a complete training in authentic meditation practices and teachings. This series of courses and weekend retreats (Shambhala Training) is an experiential overview of meditation practices, wisdom teachings, contemplative arts, and physical disciplines rooted in the ancient traditions of Shambhala and Vajrayana Buddhism.
The full program is comprised of four modules of practice and study opportunities –
- The Everyday Life Series of courses
- Shambhala Training weekend retreats
- The Basic Goodness Series of courses
- The Sacred Path weekend retreats. (advanced Shambhala Training retreats)
The courses are weekly, interactive, communal, and create a learning environment where the teachings are intimate and relevant. We train in meditation, and use inquiry, dialogue, and contemplative arts throughout the classes.
The weekend retreats are opportunities to deepen one’s practice of meditation in a powerful environment that meets the needs of a work-week and family life. Rather than having to go away for meditation experience, we provide this training in local communities.
Within each module, the courses or weekend retreats are designed to be taken sequentially. For example, within the Shambhala Training weekend retreats, participants progress from level I through Level V in sequence. You may begin with any of the first three modules listed above.
All are welcome to participate. The Way of Shambhala is open to people of all religious backgrounds or no religious background. It is recommended for new and experienced meditators, as well as those looking to enrich their personal spiritual path and social action in the world.