Mindfulness Meditation Daylong Practice
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is mystery, and today is a gift: that’s why they call it the present.” —Eleanor Roosevelt
Date / Time: Saturday, October 24, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Please join me in this daylong of mindfulness practice where you have the opportunity to experience continuity of practice, apart from the many distraction and interruptions of everyday life. A day dedicated to practicing in quiet, in an atmosphere peaceful meditation and contemplation with other like- minded practitioners.
This day is optimal for beginners in mindfulness as well as seasoned meditators. The schedule will consist of:
• Introduction to Noble Silence
• Talk on Ethics and the Five Precepts
• Meditation Instructions
• Walking Instructions
• Silent Sit
• Silent Walking
• Eating Meditation Instructions
• Silent Lunch
• Dharma Talk
• Breaking Silence — Mindful Speaking
• Metta and Merit
The day will begin with talking, sharing, and a chance to ask questions as well as an explanation of what “Noble Silence” means and how it is practiced. *There are optional times for private discussions with the teacher to clarify and dialogue about anything that is arising for you during the day.
Please bring lunch, a drink if you like and a snack to share. There is both cool and hot water for drinking and making tea. Tea is provided.
Where: TCMC, 1231 E. Edison, Tucson
Directions: One block S. of Grant, 2 houses west of Mountain Ave. Please park a block away from the center. If you can’t walk that far, feel free to park in the driveway.
To register, contact Lhasha at firstname.lastname@example.org.