Format: 2017-04-30
Sun, 4/30/2017, 10:00am - 11:30am
Sunday, April 30
10-11:30am
 
This workshop, presented by the Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE), is designed to help New Yorkers facing hate and violence defend themselves, and empower bystanders with the tools they need to help those facing harassment.
 
The program involves building mind/body awareness, awareness of gender and race issues when intervening, how to report hate incidents, and how individuals can become involved in a movement to end systemic hate and violence.
Mon, 5/1/2017, 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, 5/3/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 5/5/2017, 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.

Sun, 5/7/2017, 9:00am - 1:00pm

Sunday May 7,  9:00am - 1:00pm
with Kim Brown
$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, 5/10/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 5/12/2017, 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, 5/17/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 5/19/2017, 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, 5/19/2017, 7:00pm - 8:30pm

After our successful discussion in March, we have invited guest teacher Joe Weston back to continue the exploration of his work and take us deeper into the practices with some meditative and interactive exercises, as well as discuss further the importance of clarifying our authentic power, respectful assertiveness and collaborative engagement at this time in our history. This 90-minute session is ideal for those who attended the last discussion, as well as for those new to the philosophy and practices of Respectful Confrontation.

Wed, 5/24/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 5/26/2017, 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, 5/26/2017, 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Join IDP teacher and sound practitioner Jackie Stewart Reed, with Jimmy Reed for another special evening of deep breathing, ethereal overtones, and a healing return to our natural state of awareness. Through attentive listening, participants are guided through a journey beyond the discursive thinking of the mind and into a clear state of presence.   Tap in to your clarity, mindfulness, and compassion for yourself and others.

Wed, 5/31/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 6/2/2017, 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, 6/3/2017, 9:00am - 1:00pm

Saturday June 3,  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. 

Mon, 6/5/2017, 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, 6/7/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 6/9/2017, 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, 6/14/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

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