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Upcoming Classes and Retreats
Wednesday Sangha Sittings and Dhamma Instruction 6:00 – 7:00 PM MST
Currently meeting in Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/755197211
During 2021, we are studying the Buddha’s teachings through the Dhammapada. The Dhammapada is a collection of verses from the Pali canon (the Buddhist scriptures) and are attributed to the Buddha. There are 423 short verses organized into 26 chapters. RMI teachers will take a few verses from successive chapters each week and provide Dhamma instruction based on those
verses. Join us!
Sunday Sittings at 9:00 AM MST
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/155999616
We invite you to join us Sunday mornings to calm your mind and open your heart through Buddhist Vipassana meditation practice. Vipassana means “clear-seeing” or “insight” and was taught by the Buddha to help cut the root of suffering and lead practitioners towards full awakening. We begin Sunday mornings with a short walking meditation followed by a reading from one of our Dharma Teachers or Practice Leaders. We then sit for roughly 40 minutes in silent meditation.
Meditation Orientation – Second Tuesday of each month 6:00 PM MST
Zoom link: See below for details about connecting.
These orientations are for individuals newer to RMI. Material covered includes an introduction to RMI and the protocol used for our Meditation sittings. While this is not intended to be a class on how to meditate, basic instructions are included.
You must register to attend an orientation session. Contact Pat Byrne at [email protected]. You will be sent a zoom link via email once you are registered.
Dharma Kids Schedule currently varies
During the pandemic, Dharma Kids is meeting outside at Thorndale Park. Schedule varies based on the weather. Please email [email protected] to get updates.
Dharma Kids is our program for children ages 4-12. We use stories, crafts and child-friendly meditation techniques to teach the basics of the Dharma. Lessons in mindfulness and compassion are related to the kids’ everyday experiences of anxiety, boredom, anger and sadness to help them become happier, calmer and more understanding.