More Opportunities to Practice the Dharma

Looking for other opportunities to practice the Dharma on the Olympic Peninsula? Here are some suggestions with additional links below:

KALA POINT: Every Monday night from 5:30 to 6:30, a peer-led meditation sit is offered at Kala Point. Participants arrive in silence and begin sitting promptly at 5:30 for 45 minutes.  At 6:15 there is a short reading, and the sit ends by singing the Metta (Loving Kindness) Chant. All leave in silence.

On the first Monday of the month, there is a longer reading, followed by a discussion and/or sharing of our practice. This evening ends at approximately 6:45.

For questions, directions and parking information, please contact Bruce & Shawne. Their home is handicap accessible. If you need disabled accessibility, please call ahead so accommodations can be made for you. (Please be aware that there are two cats residing in the home.)

SEQUIM: A Vipassana group meets every Tuesday at 7pm in the studio at 353 Chickadee Lane, Sequim.The format is 40 minutes of sitting, about 25 minutes of a recorded Dharma talk (video or audio) and then about 20-25 minutes of discussion, ending at 8:30. All are welcome to join.

Contact Terrance Wolf for more information.

QUIMPER UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP: The QUUF Adult Learning Program offers an Introduction to Buddhist Meditation class, as well as periodic Days of Mindfulness. Both events are facilitated by ordained Soto Zen priest Florence Caplow. View the ALPS program here.

SALT SPRING ISLAND in British Columbia is home for our adjunct dharma teacher, Heather Martin. The Salt Spring Island Vipassana Society holds regular retreats at their beautiful retreat facilities on the island. Their 2016 retreat schedule includes:

Visit www.ssivipassana.ca for more information.

MORE OPPORTUNITIES FOR DHARMA STUDY AND MEDITATION:

Port Townsend Retreat Dharma Talks Online

Local Meditation Groups

Dharma on the Web

 

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