Format: 2017-06-23
Fri, 6/23/2017, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

No class June 30 or September 1.

Metta, or Lovingkindness Meditation (LKM), is the practice of wishing oneself and others happiness, health, and ease. Based on traditional Buddhist teachings, it has become an increasingly popular practice, as it generates both concentration and a deep understanding of the nature of our connection to ourselves and others. Cultivating compassion and patience towards our experience enables us to build equanimity and courage through the constant and inevitable changing circumstances of life.

Wed, 6/28/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun
Wednesday Nights at 7-8PM EST

Sat, 7/1/2017, 9:00am - 12:00pm

Learning to become mindful and familiar with our body sensations and paying attention to our physical reactions can help with stress, pain, and self-acceptance. In this monthly workshop with experienced teacher Dan Cayer, you will learn to activate your body's natural relaxation response through practicing simple techniques. 

Mon, 7/3/2017, 8:15pm - 9:15pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Dan Cayer
First Monday of each month at 8:15 - 9:15 PM EST

Wed, 7/5/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun
Wednesday Nights at 7-8PM EST

Fri, 7/7/2017, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

No class June 30 or September 1.

Metta, or Lovingkindness Meditation (LKM), is the practice of wishing oneself and others happiness, health, and ease. Based on traditional Buddhist teachings, it has become an increasingly popular practice, as it generates both concentration and a deep understanding of the nature of our connection to ourselves and others. Cultivating compassion and patience towards our experience enables us to build equanimity and courage through the constant and inevitable changing circumstances of life.

Fri, 7/7/2017, 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Our Engaged Practice Group supports activists and all those committed to a compassionate and just world.  We meet regularly to discuss our individual efforts, our collective endeavors, and share our experiences.  Meetings are led by friend and IDPeep Matt Jones, Board Director Tarikh Korula, and Teacher Jackie Stewart.  We'll be considering the many ways we can get involved and support our values, and also share our experiences with each other.   This evening will include guided meditation. 

Sun, 7/9/2017, 9:00am - 1:00pm

Sunday July 9,  9:00am - 1:00pm
with Kim Brown and Caitlin Bailey
$20/$30/$50

IDP offers its events on a sliding scale basis so that everyone can attend, regardless of financial means. This requires that you pay the highest rate you can reasonably afford. If you are a Monthly Member, we suggest you select the middle rate. 

Wed, 7/12/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun
Wednesday Nights at 7-8PM EST

Fri, 7/14/2017, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

No class June 30 or September 1.

Metta, or Lovingkindness Meditation (LKM), is the practice of wishing oneself and others happiness, health, and ease. Based on traditional Buddhist teachings, it has become an increasingly popular practice, as it generates both concentration and a deep understanding of the nature of our connection to ourselves and others. Cultivating compassion and patience towards our experience enables us to build equanimity and courage through the constant and inevitable changing circumstances of life.

Sat, 7/15/2017, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Saturday, July 15 - 10am-1pm

This is the first of two workshops presented on July 15 and July 16 with guest teacher Dennis Hunter.  For information about July 16, please use this link.  You can register for one session or both, see below for details. 

Sat, 7/15/2017, 2:00pm - 5:00pm

Saturday, July 15 - 2-5PM

Please join the IDP community for a special interactive workshop to help our white members better understand and address the intersections of identity, learn how our implicit bias affects our language, and, through experiential exercises, learn how to spot your implicit bias and how to address it with confidence and compassion.

What to expect:

Sun, 7/16/2017, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Sunday July 16, 10 AM - 1 PM

This is the second of two workshops presented on July 15 and July 16 with guest teacher Dennis Hunter.  For information about July 15, please use this link.  You can register for one session or both, see below for details. 

Wed, 7/19/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun
Wednesday Nights at 7-8PM EST

Fri, 7/21/2017, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

No class June 30 or September 1.

Metta, or Lovingkindness Meditation (LKM), is the practice of wishing oneself and others happiness, health, and ease. Based on traditional Buddhist teachings, it has become an increasingly popular practice, as it generates both concentration and a deep understanding of the nature of our connection to ourselves and others. Cultivating compassion and patience towards our experience enables us to build equanimity and courage through the constant and inevitable changing circumstances of life.

Sat, 7/22/2017, 11:00am - 1:00pm

Saturday, July 22
11AM - 1PM

The meditation instruction is simple: stay with the present moment. Yet meditators invariably run into complex questions. How much discomfort is too much? Is it ever unhelpful to lean into difficult emotions?  When should we explore pain and when should we back off?  How do we work with our “edges”?

Sun, 7/23/2017, 9:30am - 11:00am

9:30 - 11 AM
Sunday July 23: Emily Herzlin
Sunday August 27: Rob Codling
Sunday October 29: Rob Codling

Join us every month for an informal dharma talk, meditation, and community gathering. Meditators Drinking Coffee on Weekends will feature a different IDP teacher and a different theme each month.

Wed, 7/26/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun
Wednesday Nights at 7-8PM EST

Fri, 7/28/2017, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

No class June 30 or September 1.

Metta, or Lovingkindness Meditation (LKM), is the practice of wishing oneself and others happiness, health, and ease. Based on traditional Buddhist teachings, it has become an increasingly popular practice, as it generates both concentration and a deep understanding of the nature of our connection to ourselves and others. Cultivating compassion and patience towards our experience enables us to build equanimity and courage through the constant and inevitable changing circumstances of life.

Add to calendar
Syndicate content

Site developed by the IDP and Genalo Designs.