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Study at Home - An Introduction to Lovingkindness Meditation with Kim and Mona
Mon, 8/3/2015, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Mon, 8/10/2015, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Mon, 8/17/2015, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Mon, 8/24/2015, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
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Audio Lectures are available a few days following the class session. They're available in mp3 format and may be streamed from the website or downloaded and listened to at your convenience.
Lovingkindness Meditation (LKM), is the practice of wishing oneself and others happiness, health, and ease. Based on traditional Buddhist teachings, LKM 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.
Each week will include guided LKM, an exploration of the principles which support this practice, as well as time for discussion and questions. No meditation experience is necessary. Chairs will be provided.
Lovingkindness is an English translation of the Pali word, Metta, and August is Metta Month at IDP. Please join us in practice everyday from wherever you are.
Kimberly Brown, Executive Director & Teacher
Kimberly has degrees in physics and literature, and trained as a psychodynamic psychotherapist. She worked at a marketing consultancy for more than a decade before joining The Interdependence Project. A graduate of the first year-long IDP Training Immersion Program, Kimberly studies Tibetan and American Buddhism, and her teachers include Lama Norlha Rinpoche and Sharon Salzberg. Her work and teachings emphasize the ways in which contemplation, wisdom, and ethics are shared among all traditions of awakening.
Full Series Prices
$35 - Full Price
$28 - Basic Members
$25 - Sustaining/Full Members
FREE for Fearless and Endowing Members - contact email@example.com to register.
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IDP strives to meet the financial needs of our community while facing the financial challenges of a not-for-profit in NYC. Reduced-payment options and Work-Study can be arranged by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org to make prior payment arrangements.
The Secular Buddhist Studies Program at the Interdependence Project offers a strong and accessible foundation in Buddhist meditation, psychology, philosophy, and ethics from a secular perspective, inclusive of multiple traditions and bodies of teaching. Interested in the Secular Buddhist Studies Program? Learn more here.