Meditation this Sunday

May 2nd, 2018

Dear Sangha,
I’ve been reading about the benefits of meditating with a group this week.  
Here are are five reasons:
1. Spiritual support
2. Helping to maintain commitment to your meditation practice
3. Helping to overcome ego
4. Learning from each other
5. Camaraderie

We will meet for meditation on Sunday from 6 -7:30 pm in the Walker Room of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington Normal, 1613 E. Emerson Bloomington, IL 61701. 

Arrive a few minutes early to get settled. Chairs are available; bring your own cushion or bench. 

We meditate together for an hour: sit for 20 minutes, walk/sit for 20 minutes, sit for another 20 minutes. Then we have a 30 minute discussion of a book, dharma talk, video, or just “checking in” with our practice. Participation in the discussion is always optional.

The book we are currently reading together is Mindfulness A to Z by Arnie Kuzak, Ph.D. (link below). We will read it together over the months and there is no need to obtain the book.

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