Thursday, January 15, 2015

“Just this, now,” Sunday Starts at 7pm Alameda Sangha

Dear Friends,
 For something that’s basically simple, practicing mindfulness can be difficult.   It involves remembering, and we forget to do it.  It’s about the present moment, and we spend so much time in the past or future that we lose track of now, like a key we’ve misplaced.
This Sunday I’ll share a phrase that can help us regain a calm and wise alertness.  “Just this, now,” also offers reminders about the purpose and nature of mindfulness and how it can help us respond wisely to the way life unfolds.

Looking forward to seeing you all,

 Sunday Starts at 7pm
Alameda Sangha
Buena Vista United Methodist Church
2311 Buena Vista, Alameda, CA 94501
Alameda Sangha is a place to practice and discuss mindfulness meditation and Buddhist teachings. Founded in 2008, today we are led by three teachers of the Theravada tradition, Pauletta M. Chanco, Rebecca Dixon, and Deb Kerr. Find more about our teachers here..

We meet Sunday evenings from 7-9 * pm at the Buena Vista United Methodist Church, 2311 Buena Vista Ave. in Alameda, CA. Find directions or contact us here.

Visit our blog for practice guidance and past dharma talks.

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