How do you get stuff done without going crazy, and ideally do some good in this world?
Modern life is challenging. The rate of change, the flood of information coming our way is approaching the human capacity to keep up. Like ruts in the road that get deeper and deeper, it’s easy to fall into habitual responses to all this that don’t serve us well. You need some way to work with your mind, and that is what meditation offers.
I’ve been practicing, studying, and teaching meditation for decades. I teach a series of meditations developed by a modern day meditation master, Kilung Rinpoche and presented in his book The Relaxed Mind. These meditations come from a tradition which has been developed over thousands of years and like freshly baked bread, passed from person to person. While refreshingly simple and well suited for busy westerners, these meditations remain true to the essence of this tradition — bread baked from the same yeast.
Meditation is not another project. The practice of meditation is a way to create space in your mind so you can work and play in a fresh way. Come practice with us and see if this approach is right for you.
Meditation is not another project. The practice of meditation is a way to create space in your mind to work with your current projects in a better way. Come practice with us and see if it is right for you.