Upcoming Sitting Sessions


Sitting Session Overview

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Group Meditation

All are Welcome

Our group meets every Wednesday and Sunday - read on for all the details.

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Wednesday Sittings

Our Wednesday evening sittings are at St Peter's Anglican Church 755 Elm Street, (Grant at Elm).  

 

Door opens at 7:00 p.m. A 20 minute Group mediation starts 7:30 p.m. sharp. NOTE:  To maintain a safe environment and to not be disturbed once we commence the doors are locked right at 7:30 PM.   

Feel free to bring any personal meditation needs you may want, (cushion, mat, pillow, shawl, blankets, socks/slippers etc.)  There are chairs, meditation cushions and blankets at St Peter's for your meditation.

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Sunday Sittings

Our Sunday sittings are at Yoga North Studios 894 Westminster Ave.

Doors open either at 9:30 AM Exception Sunday December 10, 2017 door opens at 7:00 PM.

NOTE: To maintain a safe environment and to not be disturbed once we commence the doors are locked once we commence the session.  A 20 minute Group mediation starts once the door is locked.

There are chairs,  cushions and blankets at Yoga North for your meditation. Feel free to bring any personal meditation needs you may want, (cushion, mat, pillow, shawl, blankets, socks/slippers etc.)  

In order to be notified and any changes to our usual Sitting Schedule please join our mailing list here.

 

Dana (generosity)

Both Sunday and Wednesday sittings are offered freely under an ancient Buddhist tradition known as dana. Dana (a Pali word meaning generosity) is a 2,600-year-old tradition that ensures that no one is barred from receiving teachings for economic reasons. There will be a donation box at each sitting and you may confidentially offer an amount of your choosing. Your contributions help to ensure that others will be able to receive teachings in the future.


Supported by the Sangha Body
my practice flows easier,
allowing me to swiftly realize
my great determination to love and understand all beings.
— -Thich Nhat Hanh