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The Relaxed Mind Meditation
Wednesday Evenings
7 – 8 PM
Ongoing since summer 2017
University Heights
5031 University Way NE, Room 207, Seattle
(Room 207 is the home of Seattle Ki Aikido.)

As of December 6, this class changed the hour to 7 – 8 PM, and location to Room 207.

Bring a cushion if you’d like to sit on the floor.

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Suggested reading: The Relaxed Mind, A Seven-Step Method For Deepening Meditation Practice by Dza Kilung Rinpoche


Intro to Meditation, Tibetan Shamatha Class
February 15, 2018, Thursday
7 – 9 PM
East West Bookshop, 6407 12th Ave NE, Roosevelt Square, SEATTLE
$15

We’ll cover the first two meditations from Kilung Rinpoche’s book, The Relaxed Mind. The first is introducing the body to meditation, practicing an awareness of our physicality as a foundation for what’s to come. The second is the classic Shamatha, Calm Abiding Meditation, where we train the mind for tranquility by using the breath or an inspiring object.

Call East West to pre-register: 206-523-3726


PAST EVENTS:


Intro to Meditation, Tibetan Shamatha Class      PAST EVENT
November 25, Saturday
10 AM – 12:30 PM
VASHON ISLAND, walking distance from the ferry dock
Suggested Donation: $15  (sliding scale)

We’ll cover the first two meditations from Kilung Rinpoche’s book, The Relaxed Mind. The first is introducing the body to meditation, practicing an awareness of our physicality as a foundation for what’s to come. The second is the classic Shamatha, Calm Abiding Meditation, where we train the mind for tranquility by using the breath or an inspiring object.

Space is very limited, so please send me a message via this website to pre-register. At that point I’ll send the address, a private residence on the beach. We’ll have a potluck after for those who would like to stay a bit.


Intro to Meditation, Tibetan Shamatha Class     PAST EVENT
November 6, Monday
7 – 9 PM
Maple Leaf Neighborhood, SEATTLE
Suggested Donation: $15  (sliding scale)

We’ll cover the first two meditations from Kilung Rinpoche’s book, The Relaxed Mind. The first is introducing the body to meditation, practicing an awareness of our physicality as a foundation for what’s to come. The second is the classic Shamatha, Calm Abiding Meditation, where we train the mind for tranquility by using the breath or an inspiring object.

Space is very limited, in a private residence, so please send me a message via this website to pre-register. At that point I’ll send the address.


The Relaxed Mind Meditation SERIES — East West Bookshop   PAST EVENT
6 Tuesdays in Fall
7 – 8:30 PM
September 5 – October 10, 2017
East West Bookshop
6407 12th Ave NE, Seattle

click link above for detailed description


The Relaxed Mind Meditation SERIES  PAST EVENT
7 Summer Thursdays
7 – 8:30 PM
June 29 – August 10, 2017
East West Bookshop
6407 12th Ave NE, Seattle

click link above for detailed description