half-day and day-long meditation groups.
With so many in person meditation events cancelling, I would like to invite you to attend a online retreat with us. We have been offering online events for many years so it is an easy transition to offer this for the reflective meditation communities. The retreat will be a very ‘light’ schedule and will offer daily…Details
We don’t know how long this period of social distancing will last: these times are stressful and fear can easily consume us. Nelly Kaufer and I would like to share our reflective meditation practice with you as a refuge and a time for daily connection. We’re offering an open meditation group to both our communities.…Details
Gerry Ritchie, from the Coast and City Sangha in Adelaide Australia, has offered to organize an online book study in March for Sati Sangha. “The Five Invitations” by Frank Ostaseski. Frank Ostaseski, a Buddhist teacher, was a co-founder of the Zen Hospice project in San Francisco. He has sat at the bedsides of many thousands of dying people and…Details
The Coronavirus reveals just how uncertain things can become. Health news changes daily, hourly. New cases are being diagnosed. New routes of transmission are being considered. This is destabilizing and scary. Even in times like this, we are careful about what we suggest to our sanghas because we know one suggestion will not work for everyone. Right…Details
Reflective Meditation has a chameleon quality. It takes on the values and conditions of the person who practices it. Same with the teachers. So why do I consider Reflective Meditation a non-traditional, secular, ethical approach to practice? Likely because that is how I feel most comfortable teaching the dharma these days. Below is an excerpt and…Details
All projects need a “story” to tell about the project! The “Story” is the unifying factor that keeps everyone, internal and external, engaged and moving forward from pre-concept through delivery. It’s the reason the Project is being built. It’s what’s used when you speak to those responsible for authorizing the project moving forward, in market…Details
The true advocate for your project The Project Champion is the person within the organization implementing a project who takes on the responsibility of ensuring all internal and external stakeholders involved are on board and behind the ultimate success of the project. Being the main project advocate, the project champion is the liaison between the…Details