Program Details

February is "Young Meditators' Month!"


February 5 / 7:00 PM - February 27 / 9:00 PM

Everyone is welcome but we are especially encouraging the 20's to 30's crowd to take advantage of this opportunity to gather and network together around the Dharma.


Tues. Feb. 5, 7-9 PM:   Shastri Ethan Nichtern talks about “Right Livelihood in the 21st Century." In an interconnected, global society, how can we know if our work is beneficial or harmful?  Join us for a thoughtful examination of how to earn a living in a complex and complicated world, and how to identify and avoid work that involves exploitation, deceit and destruction.


Pricing:  Our young sangha and friends are especially invited to attend this event.  Through the generosity of our older sangha paying a little more, it is hoped our younger sangha will be able to come by paying a little less.  Please self-select one of the following sliding scale fee options:


Younger Sangha:  $5 - $10
Elder Sangha:      $15 - $20


Wed. Feb. 13, 7-9 PM:   Showing of the film documentary, "Meditate and Destroy" by Noah Levine, author of DharmaPunx and Against the Stream.  Free of charge.


For more information about the film or to see trailer, click here: http://meditateanddestroy.com/


Wed. Feb. 20, 7-9 PM


7-8 pm:         How to Meditate for Young People
8-9 pm:         Readings from Lodro Rinzler's book, The Buddha Walks Into a Bar....and Other Life Lessons for a New Generation, with open discussion.  For information about the book, click here: http://www.amazon.com/The-Buddha-Walks-into-Bar/dp/1590309375


Free of charge.


Wed. Feb. 27, 7-9 PM


7-8 pm:         Continue How to Meditate for Young People
8-9 pm:         Continued readings from The Buddha Walks Into a Bar and open discussion


The 2nd, 3rd and 4th Weds. evening events are offered free of charge, but if possible, please consider making a small donation to the center, which helps us make these teachings available to everyone.



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