“We know that what nourishes and sustains Thầy’s spirit the most, is to hear all the ways that his students, both lay and monastic, all over the world, are continuing to put his teachings into practice in their daily life and in society. “ – The Monks and Nuns of Plum Village
Join us as we engage in walking meditation on the Barre Town Bike Path Sunday October 10th at 3pm. We will meet at the Barre Town Elementary & Middle School Bike Path entrance promptly at 3pm. All beings welcome. Instruction, movement, bells of mindfulness and sharing of mindfulness trainings we will offered.
We invite you to participate in an online Dharma Book Practice and Discussion Group. Together we will explore the teachings and practices in the book Healing Resistance By Kazu Haga over the course of eight weeks.
We invite you to participate in an online Dharma Book Practice and Discussion Group. Together we will explore the teachings and practices in the book The World We Have by Thich Nhat Hanh over the course of four weeks.
We hope to enjoy walking meditation with you this evening on the Montpelier bike path, meeting near the Montpelier High School near Bailey Ave. Warm, cozy clothing and snow/ice appropriate footwear to support a pleasant walk. We may adjust the route slightly dependent on the temperature.
If you are unable to join us please consider completing an Earth Peace Treaty Commitment
Are you following the Chauvin Trial? Experiencing the pain of current events? We are, and we are here for you. Join us as we listen to an interview with Dharma Teacher Valerie Brown on Racial Justice/Skillful Action for a Path Forward. After the interview a community discussion will follow with affinity groups.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP and receive zoom link.
We want to celebrate Earth Day with you! Join us for a walking meditation on Thursday April 22nd at 5:30 pm. We will meet on the Montpelier Bike Path next to Montpelier High School and enjoy walking meditation to the Peace Park.
Walking meditation is a wonderful way to care for our Mother Earth. Our gentle mindful footsteps lovingly touch the Earth and connect us. Together we will enjoy walking meditation to the Peace Park, listen to a Thich Nhat Hanh Earth Contemplation, and then conclude with offering a vow/intention to our Mother Earth.
For a brief overview of walking meditation click here.
Contact us with any questions. May we walk with you on April 22nd at 5:30 pm.
We invite you to participate in an online Dharma Book Practice and Discussion Group. Together we will explore the teachings and practices in the book The 7 laws of enough: Cultivating a life of sustainable abundance over the course of seven weeks. The 7 laws of enough, by Gina LaRoche and Jennifer Cohen, will guide us through reflective practices to support sustainable abundance.
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Join Cultivating Peace Vermont Sunday March 14th for a Day of Mindfulness. Dharma Teacher, John Bell, will lead us on a journey of deep listening and exploration of pathways of healing our inner child.
Through meditation, songs, deep relaxation, and personal sharing, this retreat explores ways to love ourselves even more, listen well to our inner child, transform our inherited suffering, and touch our true nature.
To register scroll to the bottom of any page on the website and use the paypal checkout. Suggested donation/dana of $25. If you do not have paypal or prefer to donate by check, contact us and we will arrange an alternative donation option. If donation/dana is a hardship, please contact us to register. All are welcome regardless of ability to donate funds. All donations go to our dear dharma teacher John Bell. Once registered we will email you the Day of Mindfulness zoom link.
Aspirations for the day. To… Touch our true home Heal some inner child wounds Learn or re-learn some helpful mindfulness practices on the theme Enjoy being together in sangha Deepen individual commitment for liberation
Schedule 9:00 Welcomes and Sitting Meditation 9:25 Small groups to get to connect with a few others 9:45 Blue Sky Practice, to touch home, freedom and our true nature 10:30 Dharma Talk & Sharing 11:30 Lunch and optional walking meditation 12:15 Guided Deep Relaxation 12:45 Beginning Anew with My Beloved Inner Child 1:45 Dharma sharing groups 2:15 Open questions with John 2:45 Metta practice including inner child 3:00 Closing, sharing of the merit
The New Paradigm for Racial Justice and the Global Pandemic is a recently rewritten version of the Five Mindfulness Trainings . It is not a substitute for the Five Trainings, but rather serves as a complement to their ethics -based wisdom. This new formulation is worded to specifically address the important topic of racial justice, racial healing, and offers the practitioner an opportunity to expand their racialized awareness.
We will alternate the recitation of the New Paradigm for Racial Justice and the Global Pandemic with the recitation of the Five Mindfulness Trainings on a monthly basis. We hope to also include a discussion, and relevant guided meditation. We will begin our monthly recitations with silent sitting practice. These trainings were jointly written by Valerie Brown , an ordained dharma teacher in the Plum Village Lineage, and Marisela Gomez of the Order Of Interbeing.
Cultivating Peace Vermont is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Five Mindfulness Trainings: A New Paradigm For Racial Justice and the Global Pandemic Recitation Time: Jan 17, 2021 09:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)