Thursday, March 12 | 7pm | Heritage Room
Insight Meditation liberates us from the bondage of our conditioning. Through moment-to-moment awareness of the body-mind process, the mind gradually sees more clearly into the nature of itself. Such clear seeing leads to freedom from attachments and allows us to open to a path of wisdom and compassion. This practice, also known as vipassana, originated 2500 years ago with the teachings of the Buddha and is still a vital part of the Theravada Buddhist traditions of Southeast Asia.
Beginners and experienced meditators alike are invited to sit with us.
A period of meditation, a Dharma talk and group discussion are included in most sessions. Individual instruction is given as needed.
or call Temple Buddhist Center at 816-994-8015
Note: We will be meeting in Classroom C on November 7, 14, and 21.