“Mindfulness, also called wise attention, helps us see what we’re adding to our experiences, not only during meditation sessions but also elsewhere.”

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Sharon Salzberg

Overview:

These Saturday drop-ins provide ongoing support for developing a skillful meditation practice and integrating the benefits of mindfulness into everyday life. Learn ways to transform unhealthy patterns of heart and mind while cultivating true well-being, wisdom, compassion, and freedom in ourselves and our shared world. Each weekly session includes guided meditations and teachings based on traditional buddhist and modern mindfulness-based modalities. Everyone is welcome; please, come just as you are.

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Details:

Every Saturday Morning
9:30-10:30 AM | No class on Dec 25
Online (Zoom)
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