Tuesday Open House

May 4th—August 31st

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    Room: On Line

    Tuesday Night Open House

    Because of CDC restrictions, Open House will only be offered online beginning November 24th until further notice.


    6:30 Start Meditation

    7:10 Dharma Talk and Discussion  

    8:00 Gong

    List of Dharma Study Topics

    April 27 - Loving Kindness

    May 4 - Satisfaction

    May 11 - Finding Our Own True Nature

    May 18 - Precision, Gentleness, and Letting Go

    May 25 - The Wisdom of No Escape

    June 1 - Joy

    June 8 - Taking a Bigger Perspective

    June 15 - No Such Thing as a True Story

    June 22 - Weather and the Four Noble Truths

    June 29 - Not Too Tight, Not Too Loose

    July 6 - Renunciation

    New to meditation? We are here for you. There will be a meditation instructor available to those of you who are new to meditation. In a breakout room, you will receive instruction on our meditation technique, some background about our community, tips for establishing a home practice and answers to any questions that may arise for you. After instruction, you will be able to join the other meditators for the dharma talk and discussion.

    Please help us hold a strong container by being mindful of the timing of your arrival as well as the decorum you bring to the online experience. Treat this virtual environment as sacred space. 

    Join Zoom Meeting    Meeting ID: 718 643 091

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    Your computer, tablet, and/or phone will need a camera and built-in microphone to participate. 

    If you prefer, you can also dial in by phone with the information below. Dial in participants will only receive audio and only be able to broadcast audio. 

    New to Zoom? For a quicker entry to the program, download the free software here. If you do not have the software you will be asked to download it when you click the link to join above. It’s best to download and test Zoom before the session. You do not need to download any software to dial in by phone. 

    Technical Advice and Decorum Notes: 

    • In order to create smoother virtual arrivals, your camera and audio will be turned off when you enter Zoom. Once you are settled, you can turn your camera on. During the discussion, we ask that you stay muted until you’d like to speak. 
    • If possible, get and use a headset with headphones + microphone (this is helpful, but not required).
    • If you are using your smartphone or similar device, use reliable wifi rather than your data plan (unless data is more reliable for you).
    • Use video and plan to be seen by others (not just audio) – if possible. If you have weak wifi/data, turning video off will help. 
    • Put your screen/camera at eye level so you can sit up straight and not hunch over.
    • Treat the call as you would the shrine room: for example, plan not to get up and get water during the instruction and practice.
    • If you are able, sit in a room where you can close the door; if that’s not possible, please ask those in your home to give you space for the duration of the session.
    • Be open to the possibility of intimacy and community at a distance!

    Questions? Reach out to us at [email protected] for technical assistance or program questions.