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Spiritual Practices

Teachers share their contemplative practices in online sessions.

At the heart of spiritual traditions around the world are practical methods of personal transformation. There are a multitude of methods, disciplines, exercises in the various religious traditions (or not tied to any religious tradition), that seek to overcome obstacles (such as physical restlessness or mental agitation) to uncover deeper levels of awareness. These practices may have more immediate benefits, such as increased concentration and greater compassion. Advanced practitioners may aspire to achieve alternative forms of consciousness such as salvation, liberation, enlightenment, or union with God.

The online sessions offer participants resources for deepening understanding and enriching personal practice by presenting teachers of many paths.

We do not need to travel to exotic, far off lands and climb mountains that touch the sky seeking teachers to reveal who we really are. Instead, they can come to us, without needing to leave the comfort of our homes.

Join us for a session with a teacher.

  • Buddhist Meditation with Bodhipaksa
    Mon, Nov 21
    Online via Zoom
    Nov 21, 7:30 PM
    Online via Zoom
    Bodhipaksa has been meditating since 1982 and teaching since around 1989. He is a Buddhist practitioner and teacher, a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order, and a published author.
  • Centering Prayer with Mary Dwyer
    Dec 12, 7:30 PM
    via Zoom
    Mary Dwyer is a long-time student of Fr. Thomas Keating and has been practicing Centering Prayer since the 1980s.