An International Meditation Group for Training the Mind and Ending Suffering
The opening hour is dedicated to introduction with newcomers, sharing experiences from the meditative practice, Q&A, and explanations about the various aspects of the meditation technique.
The evening's main meditation session (60 minutes long).
New meditators may meditate for 20 or 40 minutes should they choose to, guided by a repeating bell.
An orderly explanation of the various stages of the meditation technique; the workings of the mind; and the path leading to enlightenment and liberation from all suffering.
An opportunity to ask questions, hear answers, and share your personal experiences. The meeting ends after the last question is answered, or by the end of this last hour.
A multi-participant meeting that combines social interaction, silent meditation, informative discourse, sharing of experiences, answers to questions, and discussing various topics related to Buddhism and training the mind.
It's possible to have private, one-on-one meetings with the teacher and receive guidance and support according to the exact state of your meditative practice.
Once in a while, the group holds a retreat (3-12 days long), which includes silent meditation, personal interviews, walking meditation, Dharma talks, and more.
Group members may access written, recorded, and filmed content from previous meetings, as well as recommendations for relevant content from other sources.
A private forum for receiving updates, sharing content, asking questions, and keeping in touch with fellow members between sessions.