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(Wed) Learn To Meditate
March 26 / 6:00 PM - March 26 / 7:00 PM
In the fundamental sense, Buddhist meditation does not involve meditating on anything. You simply arouse your sense of wakefulness and hold an excellent posture. You hold up your head and shoulders and sit cross-legged. Then very simply, you relate to the basic notion of body, speech, and mind, and you focus your awareness in some way, usually using the breath. You are breathing out and in, and you just experience that breathing very naturally. Your breath is not considered either holy or evil; it is just breath.
--Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche
From The Myth of Freedom, page 69
$10 suggested donation
Every Wednesday, 6 - 7 pm
Every Sunday, 12 - 1 pm
Taught by our qualified instructors, this one hour basic meditation class is for beginners, as well as anyone who would like to refresh their understanding of the technique. This is a drop-in class; no registration is required.