All levels of meditation experience are welcome and the teachings are offered free of charge, with donations accepted to cover costs of using the facility and to support the study of the teachers. Please review our
before arriving. We also wish to maintain a hypoallergenic space, so please
wearing scents, colognes or perfumes. If you would like to submit items for inclusion in this newsletter, please review the
We are now asking that once the meeting begins at 6:30 PM, any latecomers, those leaving early, or those going outdoors for walking meditation, please enter and exit the building using the side doorway facing Alexander Ave. The side door is accessible via the walkway to the right as you are facing the main entrance. Once in the building, please follow the hallway to access the Great Room. Thanks for your cooperation to help reduce noise and distraction during the meeting. Note that this request is intended only for those who are physically able to navigate the front steps.
6:30 - 8:00 PM
January 3: Ron Vereen
January 10: Scott Bryce
January 17: Jeff Brantley (Guest Teacher)
January 24: Daya Breckenridge (Insight Dialogue)
January 31: Dave Hughey
February 7: Ron Vereen
February 14: Scott Bryce
February 21: Sarah Bryce (Guest Teacher)
February 28: Mary Burns (Insight Dialogue)
Monday and Thursday Morning Meditation
7:00 - 7:45 AM
for more info)
Note: The group will not meet on January 1st
Episcopal Center at Duke
505 Alexander Ave.
Durham, NC 27705
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ouching the Possible:
A New Year's
Insight Dialogue Retreat
with Phyllis Hicks
and the Triangle Insight Practice Community
January 4-7, 2018 (wait list only)
As humans we are exquisitely sensitive, every moment awash in a sea of contact. Touching and being touched,
feeling, perceiving, and thinking, we create our world. Learning how to cultivate mindfulness in the flow of daily life and relationships is a profound resource for peace and wise action.
In this Insight Dialogue retreat we will practice taking refuge in awareness, wisdom, and spiritual friendship (Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha.)
We will investigate obstacles to friendship and beloved community, internally in the heart-mind, and
externally in social constructions. Cultivating Loving- kindness, Compassion, Appreciative Joy, and
We will explore foundations for peace, possibilities for courageous personal and collective action, and the benefits of deep companionship on the Noble Eightfold Path.
This retreat is both an introduction to Insight Dialogue and an opportunity to deepen practice. It
will be held in Noble Silence except for the Insight Dialogue sessions. We will alternate periods of silent meditation practice, Insight Dialogue, mindful movement and time in nature.
To register please click on this link.
If you wish to offer dana toward scholarships for this retreat
so that no one will be turned away for inability to pay, you may
. Thank you!
Your retreat fee covers the cost of meals and lodging only. The teachings are offered freely. At the close of the retreat there will be an opportunity to offer dana for the teacher.
For more information contact Mary Grisby at
January 4 - 7, 2018
Location: Avila Retreat Center, Durham, NC
Single: $350 by 12/2, $398 thereafter
Double: $302 by 12/2, $350 thereafter
Becoming Your Own Best Friend
with Cornelia Kip Lee, M.Ed.
In eight sessions plus an afternoon retreat, this proven program cultivates the skills of self-compassion and provides practical techniques to comfort and soothe yourself when you suffer, fail, or feel inadequate, and also helps to increase compassion for others.
The interactive program includes short talks, experiential exercises, meditations, group discussion, home practices, and a 50-page participant handbook. In a randomized, controlled study, the Mindful Self-Compassion program (MSC) significantly increased self-compassion, compassion for others, mindfulness, and life satisfaction, as well as decreased depression, anxiety and stress. Improvements were linked to how much a person practiced in their daily lives.
To register and/or to obtain more information, please contact Cornelia at email@example.com or (919) 428-3335.
Cornelia Kip Lee, M.Ed. is a Trained Teacher of MSC and has practiced mindfulness meditation for 18 years. The techniques of Mindful Self-Compassion have been transformational for her, and motivates her to offer the program to others.
Thursdays, Jan. 11-Mar. 1, 6:30 - 8:45 PM
Sat., Feb. 10, Mini-retreat, 1-5 PM
3815 Cambridge Rd, Durham, NC 27705
Cost: Sliding Scale, $175 - $250
with Bree Kalb and Jean Hamilton
This is an introductory class designed for adults who want to establish or revive a meditation practice. We also focus on strategies to bring mindfulness into your daily life. Classes are small (6-8 people), relaxed, and enjoyable. Each class builds on the previous one, so plan to attend all 4 sessions. In addition to daily practice, you'll also be reading Jon Kabat-Zinn's classic, "Where Ever You Go; There You Are" between class meetings. We'll be meeting in downtown Carrboro.
Signing up is easy: a brief informational phone call with either Bree (919-932-6262 ext 216) or Jean (919-943-6245) followed by advance payment by check to Bree.
For more information:
Thursdays, 6:15 - 7:30 PM
Jan. 11,18,25 & Feb. 1.
Fee: $70 for the entire 4 sessions
What You See Is What You Get,
and What You Think Is What You See
An Evening with Jeff Brantley
Please join us for Jeff's talk in which he will offer his reflections on the Honeyball Sutta. This discourse plays a central role in the early Buddhist analysis of conflict, and the main culprit turns out to be the tendency of the mind to proliferate and complicate whatever is felt and then perceived. If you would like to review this discourse prior to Jeff's talk, you may find it
Dr. Jeff Brantley
is one of the founding faculty members of Duke Integrative Medicine, where he started the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program in 1998. He is also a member of the Community of Scholars of the Center for Spirituality, Theology, and Health at Duke University. He is a Consulting Associate in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke Medical Center, and teaches intensive courses on mindfulness meditation and conducts extensive experiential programs and group lectures. Dr. Brantley is the author of
Calming Your Anxious Mind: How Mindfulness and Compassion Can Free You from Anxiety, Fear, and Panic
and is the co-author, with Wendy Millstine, of the
Five Good Minutes
Daily Meditations for Calming Your Anxious Mind
, and most recently,
Calming Your Angry Mind: How Mindfulness and Compassion Can Free You from Anger and Bring Peace to Your Life.
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Episcopal Center at Duke
6:30 - 8:00 PM
with Daya Breckinridge
his 8 week class is an opportunity to experience how mindfulness can deepen our self understanding, create attunement, and enhance our relationships. The program offers an introduction to interpersonal mindfulness through learning the meditation guidelines of Insight Dialogue: Pause - Relax - Open - Trust Emergence - Listen Deeply - Speak the Truth.
Much of the stress we experience originates in relationships. Actively practicing these guidelines cultivates mindfulness while engaged in relationship. The guidelines are paired with contemplations that investigate the shared experience of being human. Through guided meditations, talks, participatory exercises, and small group discussions we will experience the power of mutually established mindfulness and explore integrating the relational aspects of mindfulness and wisdom into our daily lives.
These practices lead to greater clarity about the nature of suffering and its release. The wholesome impact on relationships is immediate and lasting.
Daya Breckinridge is a regularly attending member of the Triangle Insight community. She recently retired from teaching nursing in Duke's Accelerated BSN program. She has a long- standing meditation practice and has taught MBSR at UNC. Insight Dialogue has been a practice that has deepened her awareness in daily life. In May, she completed Teaching Presence in Relationship: An Interpersonal Mindfulness Training for MBSR Teachers in Holland that was taught by Phyllis Hicks and Florence Meleo-Meyer. Flowing out of that professional training is the desire to offer this eight-week Interpersonal Mindfulness Progarm.
One of the intentions of this class is to provide a safe container for exploring the practice of interpersonal mindfulness and meditation. To facilitate a sense of safety and continuity of learning, this eight-week class will be within a closed group of 8-20 people. The daylong practice will be open to members of the larger community who have prior Insight Dialogue experience. The prerequisites for participating are to have attended another mindfulness based class and/or to have an established meditation practice and to commit to attending each weekly session and the daylong practice. This is with the knowledge that life often hands us things we cannot change that impacts our schedules.
Feel free to contact Daya for more details and to explore your interest, as well as to register:
Tuesdays: Jan 30 - Mar 20, 5:30 - 8:30 PM
Daylong Session: Sat., Feb 24, 9 AM - 4 PM
Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Fee: $75 to cover space rental
(financial assistance available if needed)
Teachings offered by Daya on a dana basis
Spiritual Friends Groups
Moving into the new year can be a time for reflection and renewal. Whatever our joys and sorrows, our hopes and fears, we can pause and connect with our heart's deepest intentions, the commitments we make as we embody our practice in our daily lives. In our spiritual friends groups we find inspiration for our intentions, explore our intentions, and experience support and understanding when we act not from wise intention, but from reactivity and contraction.
As Jack Kornfield writes in
After the Ecstasy, the Laundry
"Becoming aware of intention is the key to awakening in moment-to-moment practice. . . .
Our spiritual practice can be this simple: to see with eyes of compassion and act with our wisest intention." He tells a story in which the Buddha bids a woman to practice the kindness Ananda had shown her and, by keeping that simple intention, to let the actions of her life shine like the jewels of royalty. As Kornfield notes, "It is in such small things that we fulfill the lessons of the heart. It is from our intentions that our life grows. It is in opening to one another that our path is made whole." Opening in this way is the beautiful intention shared by members of our spiritual friends groups, and this intention lights our path into the new year.
We currently have openings in four groups:
- Young Adults KM Group, for those in their 20s and 30s;
- Insight Dialogue KM Group for individuals with Insight Dialogue experience;
- Chapel Hill-Carrboro KM Group; and
- Secular Buddhism KM Group: Study Group.
- Raleigh KM Group has a waiting list.
A new Racial Affinity group for those who identify as white was just formed and is still accepting additional members. We are hoping that People of Color will be able to form their own group. Karen Ziegler, the RA Coordinator, is available to help with this process if that would be beneficial.
Racial Affinity group members share a commitment to racial equality, and while many in RA groups are involved in social justice community work, there is no expectation that participants will take any particular action.
Development of deepened self-awareness underlies wise action, and we're encouraged to take the time needed to do our own work. With shared intention, each group develops and evolves in its own way.
If you're interested in joining a group or would like more information, please talk to Karen Ziegler, RA Coordinator, email Karen at
or visit our
Racial Affinity Groups web page
which also contains a list of helpful resources. Members of our sangha have a deep commitment to social justice, and group members are finding that exploration in a Racial Affinity Group is a rich and valuable path.
The KM-RA Coordinating Team of Sarah Tillis, Karen Ziegler, Tamara Share, Tom Howlett and Jeanne Van Gemert expresses deep gratitude for the dedication of our sangha. May our Kalyana Mitta and Racial Affinity groups be of great benefit to all.
A Sangha Support Initiative
Caring Circles is a Triangle Insight program whose purpose is to connect community members needing temporary assistance with volunteers willing to provide help. Assistance can take as many forms as there is need, such as meals, rides, housework, lawn care or childcare.
This exchange pairs needed service with volunteers to match. If you wish be notified when another member needs and requests support, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org asking to be added to the list of potential volunteers. Thereafter, you will receive email notifications of care requests. You decide if you can and want to respond to any request. There is no obligation on your part by signing up to receive these notifications.
You can find this information plus details on how to request support on the Shramadana webpage. You can also speak with Gordy Livermore, Mary Mudd or Howard Staab for more information.
The Shramadana Project
A Volunteer Initiative
of Triangle Insight
The Shramadana Project (SP) is a volunteer initiative of the Triangle Insight Meditation Community, organized to address some of the interests expressed within the sangha and for outreach to the community-at-large. Visit the SP website.
Mary Mudd is the current SP coordinator.
UPCOMING and ONGOING ACTIVITIES
Meetings are held on a quarterly schedule.
if you would like to be part of the planning committee. The next meeting is being planned after the New Year.
- Minutes. You can review the minutes of prior meetings on the TI website page for the Shramadana Project. You will learn more about the worthwhile and exciting SP initiatives of the sangha.
Caring Circles. an open exchange for requesting and providing aide within the sangha.
For more information on this Initiative, see the announcement above.
Media Night. Join us to relax, have fun with sangha members, and enjoy films, music, improv, dance, art making--you name it! Stay tuned for information about our next event!
- If you would like to see a particular film, or have an idea for a program to share with Dharma friends, please contact Gerri McGuire at email@example.com.
- Lending Library. Triangle Insight now has a tiny library in our meeting place at the Episcopal Center. The Triangle Insight Tiny Library is located in the back hallway. To check out a book, just intend to bring it back when you're finished. To donate a book, simply add it to the collection. "Donate, Borrow, Return." Titles in circulation include Radical Dharma and Self-Compassion.
- Volunteer Time on the Farm. Groups from Triangle Insight volunteered on two occasions at the Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge in Chatham Co. This animal sanctuary provides a rescue area and home for farm animals in need, and they rely on volunteer help to thrive. Please visit their website by clicking on the link above to learn more about the refuge and how you can donate your your time and/or money.
- list of community organizations seeking volunteers to further their missions of nonviolence, racial and social equity, and supporting youth. If you know of other groups to add to this list, please send a note with their contact information to Mary Mudd, and consider joining the SP group
- Retreats/Workshops. Several of these events have been organized over the years. Upcoming is the Insight Dialogue New Year's retreat above and a retreat with Jeanne van Gemert and Ron Verenn being planned for May 24-27, 2018 at Avila.
- REAL Durham builds relationships across lines of privilege, race and class to improve economic stability for everyone. It uses a racial equity lens to connect those with and without privilege for the purpose of transferring power and better positioning those without privilege to achieve financial stability. Volunteer training is held several times a year - check out their website for more information.
If beings knew, as I know, the results of giving
and sharing, they would not eat without having given...
In response to our efforts to engage the Buddhist teachings around the issues of Racial Justice and Diversity, we would like to recommend the training opportunities available through
(Organizing Against Racism NC)as a first step in this investigation.
of us from Triangle Insight have already participated in these workshops and they come highly recommended, so you are encouraged to participate if interested. If three or more attend an event from our sangha, you will each get a discount on the fee for being a part of the Triangle Insight Meditation Community.
is contributing $500 to start a scholarship fund for this purpose, and the community is invited to join the initiative by contributing specifically to the scholarship fund. The fund will be available to support TI community members in attending OARNC or other similar trainings. The goal of the initiative is to help individuals and the community to deepen their understanding of the way the mind and human systems are limited by unexamined views of race. The scholarships will be available on a case by case basis to help supplement the cost of registration. To contribute now through PayPal, please donate here.
Sarah Tillis has graciously volunteered to keep a log of those from our sangha who participate in these trainings, and/or are a member of a Racial Affinity Group. At some point we plan to convene a meeting of this core group of individuals to discuss ideas about the best way forward.
OARNC offers two phases of training, and the latter trainings are designed to assist us in bringing this knowledge back to our community so as to guide us more skillfully in addressing these issues in Triangle Insight. Please visit their website by clicking on the link above for descriptions of these phases of training.
1) have any questions about this initiative; 2) would like to be considered for a scholarship; 3) want to contribute toward a scholarship; and 4) wish to be a part of the core group to discuss our plans after completing the trainings.
Meeting at a variety of times & dates in Durham & Chapel Hill
Each workshop is two days, 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Cost: $275 ($225 with 3+ discount; student $175)
and includes breakfast and lunch
Mindful Families of Durham
Currently consisting of ~ 16 families, this group is dedicated to creating a warm, loving community for parents and children to learn and practice together. Adults meet for one hour for meditation and discussion, while the children learn about meditation and Buddhism in Sati School with our marvelous (non-parent-member) teachers.
For more information,visit:
Mindful Families of Durham
For info please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A Family-Centered Curriculum on Mindfulness, Meditation, and Buddhist Teachings
A three-volume book set for Mindful Families
by Sumi Loundon Kim
Sumi Loundon Kim, the minister for the Buddhist Families of Durham, Buddhist chaplain at Duke, and longtime friend of Triangle Insight has published a series of books titled Sitting Together. It
provides children's lesson plans, an activity book, and an adult study guide for parents and teachers.
More information about this new 3-volume book, mindfulness exercises for children, as well as other mindful parenting resources can be found at this website:
**Read BOOK REVIEWS and more about the author on the
under the header "book" in the drop-down list.
Inner Resiliency Training for Healthcare Professionals
A Mindful Self-Compassion program
with Cornelia Kip Lee, M. Ed.
Programs available starting November 2017
A moment of self-compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life. - Christopher Germer, PhD
Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) Inner Resiliency Training for Healthcare Professionals is a new program by Kristin Neff, PhD, adapted specifically for healthcare settings. This brief training aims to improve wellbeing and decrease burnout among healthcare professionals by cultivating skills to deal with distressing emotional situations as they occur.
MSC practices can be used on the spot while at work with patients, clients and colleagues. Participants of the program will learn tools and skills to care for yourself while caring for others; to listen with compassion; to handle difficult emotions with greater ease; and to reconnect to the values that give your life and work meaning. Cornelia Lee is offering this program locally starting in November this year.
The program consists of four, 90-minute sessions; the number and length of sessions can be customized for staff needs.
: Your facility, institution, or other location to be arranged
$100-$140 per participant (TBD with the facility or organization, based on number of participants and number/length of sessions)
Contact: For more information about MSC Inner Resiliency Training, please contact Cornelia Kip Lee, M.Ed., at 919-428-3335 or email@example.com
MINDED Classes in Carrboro and Chapel Hill:
Adult, Pre-Teen and Teen
MINDED is a new organization in the Triangle with the mission to provide Mindfulness classes to all sectors of the community. They offer classes to the general public for a fee. A large portion of the proceeds fund free or low cost classes to underserved populations and groups that may not know about the benefits of mindfulness meditation.
Mindfulness Meditation Group
This group is an opportunity for new and experienced meditators to practice meditation in an encouraging and friendly group.
The leaders are experienced meditation instructors who will offer guidance and support as needed by those who attend.
Each session will begin with some basic instruction in mindfulness meditation and gentle guid
ance during a 20-25 minute period of sittin
g and 10 minutes of mindful movement. The session may have a suggested theme or be open ended.
1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month
Time: 6:00 - 7:00 pm
Location: Unity Center for Peace
8800 Seawell School Road, Chapel Hill
Suggested donation for each class is $5 - $15, sliding scale. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Donations will be split between Minded and Unity Center for Peace.
For more information, visit out website:
Additional MINDED Classes
with Laura Prochnow Phillips and Karen Bluth
The Self-Compassion Workbook for Teens:
Mindfulness and Compassion Skills to Overcome Self-Criticism and Embrace Who You Are
by Karen Bluth, Ph.D.
Do you know teens who need mindfulness and self-compassion? If so, this new resource, scheduled for release on Dec. 1st, is a one-of-a-kind workbook that includes fun activities based in mindfulness and self-compassion to help teens deal with the challenges of day-to-day teen life.
Karen Bluth, PhD
, is research faculty in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. She conducts research, teaches mindfulness and self-compassion courses, and regularly gives talks and leads workshops at universities and schools.
For more information on the book and on how to order, please visit
This space is where sangha members can announce timely activities for everyone to view.
If you would like to post something here, please submit your request by the 15th of each month to
The Beta version is available for review at http://triangleimc.staging.wpengine.com/. There is a "feedback form" on the website, easily available for your reflections on the current state of development.
For information on our Kalyana Mitta and Racial Affinity Groups, to join an existing group or to start your own, please click on the title link above. NEW CHANGE: Karen Ziegler is now coordinating the Racial Affinity groups.
TIM now has a
where members can post information updates, ideas and articles pertaining to our practice, and events of interest to the Sangha.
to view the website, and request membership.
- This FB Group is built by its members, so everyone benefits when we contribute posts, offer comment, events of interest. Member requests are approved by the administrator for spam and troll-control. The current administrator is Leah Rutchick.
Racial Affinity work - OARNC
The Shramadana Project (SP) is a volunteer initiative of the Triangle Insight Meditation Community to address some of the needs within the sangha for service and to provide outreach to the community-at-large. One aspect of this outreach is the development of
Caring Circles. See this section of the newsletter for more information on this volunteer initiative of Sangha members.
Continuing the Conversation
Free Introductory Self-Compassion Workshops
with Corneila Kip Lee, MEd
Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling, but we're much less sympathetic with ourselves. What would it be like to receive the same care and support from ourselves when we need it the most?
Burgeoning research shows that self-compassion is strongly associated with emotional wellbeing, lower levels of anxiety and depression, and more satisfying personal relationships.
Cornelia is offering free, 1- to 2-hour, interactive workshops to organizations and groups in Durham and Raleigh that introduce the theory, research and practice of self-compassion, including opportunities to:
Discover how self-compassion could enhance your happiness and well-being at home and work
Have a direct experience of self-compassion
Learn simple skills for integrating self-compassion into daily life
To inquire about a free workshop for your group or organization, or for information about upcoming 8-week Mindful Self-Compassion classes this summer and fall, please contact Cornelia Kip Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mindfulness Awareness Training
with Tamara Share, PhD
amara Share will be offering an ongoing group for developing skills in mindfulness awareness practices. The group will meet twice monthly, and is open to those 18 years of age and older. A pre-group consultation is required, and you may contact Tamara at 919-442-1118. T
he cost is $45/session if pre-paid in 6 session blocks ($270), or $60 if paid per session (sliding scale available).
Tamara L. Share, PhD is a Counseling Psychologist with more than 20 years of training and experience in human development, group facilitation, and personal growth. Tamara's diverse background includes education/training in physics, psychology, wellness, philosophy, and complementary approaches to healthcare.
2nd and 4th Thursdays
HRC, Behavioral Health and Psychiatry
100 Europa Dr., Suite 260, Chapel Hill 27517
4:45 - 6:00 PM
| Mindfulness-Based Stress
Reduction Classes & Events
at Duke Integrative Medicine
Please click on the following link for a variety of programs related to the practice of mindfulness:
Morning Meditation Group
Note: No meeting on Jan 1st
This early morning sitting group led by Ron Vereen meets Mondays and Thursdays from 7:00 - 7:45 AM. The group begins with silent, unguided practice, with Ron giving a guided heart practice during the last 10-15 minutes. There is no charge for participation, and donations are accepted. For more info contact Ron at
Only four parking spaces in the parking lot at the Episcopal Center are designated for our use at this hour and are clearly marked. Overflow parking can be found on the west side of Alexander Ave.
Monday and Thursday Mornings
Episcopal Center at Duke
505 Alexander Ave.
Durham, NC 27705
7:00 - 7:45 AM
|The Practice of Insight Dialogue
Insight Dialogue is an interpersonal meditation practice and is offered at Triangle Insight once monthly, usually on the fourth Wednesday of the month. It brings the mindfulness and tranquility of silent meditation directly into our experience with other people. The new website for Insight Dialogue is an excellent resource for learning more about the practice:
The evening begins with silent meditation practice, followed by gentle mindful movement, and then shifting into dyad practice where interpersonal mindfulness is explored with a partner in response to a contemplation that is offered. The dyad practice is optional so that anyone who chooses to remain in silent practice may do so, rather than shifting into dyad practice. One can investigate the guidance of the contemplation internally, noticing the moment by moment unfolding of internal experience. Also note that the ID practice goes from 6:30 to 8:30 PM to allow for more spaciousness and time for questions. We hope you will be able to join us.
Triangle Insight, Episcopal Center at Duke
(unless otherwise indicated)
6:30 - 8:30 PM
Duke Cancer Center Meditation Room
A Quiet Center for everyone
Meditation sessions are held every Monday at the Duke Cancer Center Quiet Room from 12:30 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Staff, volunteers, patients, family members and the public are invited to attend.
The sessions are free, and there is no registration. For a map and the latest scheduling, see this
Contact Chaplain Olsen at email@example.com, or call 919-684-3586 for more information.
12:30 - 1:00 PM
The Quiet Room, Main Level
Duke Cancer Center
20 Duke Medicine Circle
at UNC Integrative Medicine
Please click on the following link for a variety of programs related to the practice of mindfulness:
919-966-8586 for more information.
| Recovery Group
a Buddhist Perspective on the Twelve Step Program
The meetings begin and end with silent meditation. For more information contact
7:30 - 8:45 PM
Chapel Hill Zen Center
5322 NC Hwy 86
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
In addition to Triangle Insight, there are a variety of other meditation opportunities of which we would like for you to be aware. Rather than list them all here, we wanted to point you to the "links" section of our website at
. There are other sitting groups in the community whose practice is similar to ours, as well as resources for retreat centers and other websites, both locally and nationally. We do not offer an endorsement of these sites, but rather a suggestion for your exploration to see if any may have useful information to support your practice of insight meditation.
For any questions please contact us at