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JULY Program Offerings – 2019

Posted By admin on February 24th, 2012

EVENING SCHEDULE —> 6:00 TO 6:40, MEDITATION (sitting/walking). 6:45-7:30 TALK, DISCUSSION, & PRACTICE. SHOULD TALK EXTEND PAST 7:30, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO DEPART QUIETLY.

July 3: Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Selah Chamberlain will lead meditation and continue a series of guided discussions of the Eightfold Path. Tonight: “Right Concentration, part two.” Please mention if you’d like instructions for beginning practice.

Selah has practiced Buddhist meditation since 1969 and taught Taijiquan (”TaiChi”) for several years in the 1970’s. He has practiced acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine since 1981. Selah has led beginning meditation classes at Taos Mountain Sangha and serves as an advisor to the TMS Board of Directors.

July 10: Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Sean Murphy will lead meditation and will explore emptiness through Zen stories. Please mention if you’d like instructions for beginning practice.

Sean Murphy is a lay Zen teacher (Dharma Holder) in the White Plum Lineage of Zen. The most recent edition of his One Bird, One Stone: 108 Contemporary Zen Stories won the 2014 International Book Award in the Eastern Religions category. A graduate of Naropa University’s MFA writing program, Sean has practiced Zen meditation for 30 years, training with master teachers including Taizan Maezumi, John Daido Loori, Gerry Shishin Wick, and numerous others. The author of three novels, he is also a 2018 National Endowment of the Arts Fellow in Creative Writing.He is the co-founder and President of the nonprofit Sage Institute, which hosts a regular series of meditation workshops as well as an innovative Meditation Leader Training Program. Sean leads writing programs around the country. You can learn more about Sean’s work at MurphyZen.com.

July 17: Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Sean Murphy will lead meditation and will explore emptiness through Zen stories. Please mention if you’d like instructions for beginning practice.

Sean Murphy is a lay Zen teacher (Dharma Holder) in the White Plum Lineage of Zen. The most recent edition of his One Bird, One Stone: 108 Contemporary Zen Stories won the 2014 International Book Award in the Eastern Religions category. A graduate of Naropa University’s MFA writing program, Sean has practiced Zen meditation for 30 years, training with master teachers including Taizan Maezumi, John Daido Loori, Gerry Shishin Wick, and numerous others. The author of three novels, he is also a 2018 National Endowment of the Arts Fellow in Creative Writing.He is the co-founder and President of the nonprofit Sage Institute, which hosts a regular series of meditation workshops as well as an innovative Meditation Leader Training Program. Sean leads writing programs around the country. You can learn more about Sean’s work at MurphyZen.com.

July 24: Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Julie Tato will lead meditation and offer continuing guided practice with metta, loving-kindness. Please mention if you’d like instructions for beginning practice.

Julie has practiced meditation, primarily Vipassana, since 1988. She has studied with Marcia Rose, Sharon Salzberg, Ven. Tsoknyi Rinpoche, and others. An instructor of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Julie has a particular interest in Loving Kindness meditation and practice in daily life. Julie also teaches meditation with youth and those recovering from loss. She is developing a local program based on the Mindful Schools, to bring meditation to a wider youth community. Julie has lived, worked, and practiced in spiritual community, including many years at the Lama Foundation and the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA. Julie works locally to support people with disabilities and their families.

July 31: Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Julie Tato will lead meditation and offer continuing guided practice with the brahma-viharas, perhaps moving from metta to karuna (compassion). Please mention if you’d like instructions for beginning practice.

Julie has practiced meditation, primarily Vipassana, since 1988. She has studied with Marcia Rose, Sharon Salzberg, Ven. Tsoknyi Rinpoche, and others. An instructor of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Julie has a particular interest in Loving Kindness meditation and practice in daily life. Julie also teaches meditation with youth and those recovering from loss. She is developing a local program based on the Mindful Schools, to bring meditation to a wider youth community. Julie has lived, worked, and practiced in spiritual community, including many years at the Lama Foundation and the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA. Julie works locally to support people with disabilities and their families.

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