Format: 2017-03-26
Sun, 3/26/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 3/31/2017, 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, 3/31/2017, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Join IDP teacher and sound practitioner Jackie Stewart Reed for a 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.

Tickets are being offered on a sliding scale: $5/$10/$25/$50/$100

Sun, 4/2/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 4/7/2017, 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.

Sun, 4/9/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 4/14/2017, 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.

Fri, 4/14/2017, 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Friday April 14, 7 - 9 PM
Talk and booksigning

Saturday April 15, 10 AM - 4 PM
Daylong Workshop

IDP is glad to welcome Dr. Jeffrey Rubin back to IDP to celebrate the paperback release of his wonderful book, The Art of Flourishing, and to offer us tools, practices, and encouragement on keeping our feet firm and our hearts open in a tumultuous time. 

Sat, 4/15/2017, 10:00am - 4:00pm

Friday April 14, 7 - 9 PM
Talk and booksigning

Saturday April 15, 10 AM - 4 PM
Daylong Workshop

IDP is glad to welcome Dr. Jeffrey Rubin back to IDP to celebrate the paperback release of his wonderful book, The Art of Flourishing, and to offer us tools, practices, and encouragement on keeping our feet firm and our hearts open in a tumultuous time. 

Sun, 4/16/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Wed, 4/19/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 4/21/2017, 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, 4/22/2017, 9:00am - 4:00pm

We'll meet for meditation and intention setting at Nalandabodhi New York with 

Wed, 4/26/2017, 7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online Community Meditation and Discussion
Led by Jane M Chun

Fri, 4/28/2017, 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.

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 Caitlin Bailey

Our Half-Day Meditation Retreats are designed for new meditators, people who want to sit for a longer period of time without attending a full retreat, and an opportunity for experienced students to cultivate their practice.  We'll have periods of sitting and walking meditation, and time for discussion and Q&A. 

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.

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