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Mindfulness Retreat registration is reopened until Feb 19th – the event is next Sunday

Theme – Be Here, Now With Dharma Teacher Daikan Sunday, February 22, 2015 Registration is reopened until Feb. 19th   Since last week’s Mindfulness Retreat was cancelled due to the snow storm, we have rescheduled the event for this coming Sunday. Therefore, if you were thinking about participating in the retreat, you may still register.…

PEACEFUL HEART, CLEAR MIND TALK

Relieving the Fears and Anxieties of Life-Threatening Illness A talk by Patricia Shelton Patricia Shelton is the founder of the Clear Light Society, a charitable organization serving the terminally ill and their families since 1977. Ms. Shelton will discuss the use of nonsectarian practices, which she has pioneered and developed. Through the aid of these…

Lunch and Learn Seminar on Buddhism

Learn about Buddhism and how to walk its path January 18, 2015 12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m. 343 Washington Terrace, Middletown, CT Beginners, the curious and the general public are invited to attend our free seminar. This special informal Q & A Seminar will explore what Buddhists believe and experience, their practices, culture, and rituals. If you…

Bodhi Day Sunday – A Holiday Practice with Mindfulness & Potluck Shindig

Bodhi Day Sunday A Holiday Practice with Mindfulness December 21, 2014 10 – 12 noon College of East Asian Studies Middletown, CT There will be a special Buddhist gathering on the story and significance of the historical Buddha’s enlightenment. This Buddhist holiday practice remembers the day the historical Buddha attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree…

Buddhism 101 Course: Learn to Meditate and Practice the Buddha’s Teachings

Learn about the Buddhist path from the ground up. Who was the Buddha and his disciples, and the Eightfold Path? What is meditation? How do can you meditate?  What are the Buddha’s teachings for ordinary working people. Winter- Spring Semester Registration is open Classes begin on Sunday, January 25, 2015 limited to 20 students for the class but unlimited as a correspondence course outside the Connecticut area.…