BIC Drop-In Meditation
Meeting Our Lives with Kindhearted Awareness
10:30 – 11:30 AM
Led by Suzanne Colón
UPDATE: This meditation is offered over Zoom. Instructions on how to use Zoom may be found here. You can also use this link to access BDC remote meetings.
This program shares the meditation practices that expand our capacity to meet life with an open, stable heart-mind. Guided meditations will vary week to week, providing an opportunity to try new practices and ways of working with life’s challenges. The four heart qualities known as the Brahma Viharas (Noble Abodes) will be cultivated with variations on ways to evoke and develop them: Kindness, Compassion, Joy and Equanimity.
10:25 – Zoom Room Opens
10:30 – 10:55 – Guided Meditation
Collective Sharing of Delights or Difficulties
Short Reading: Guidance in the Buddhist Practices of the Heart
Discussion until 11:30
Following the guided meditation, we’ll give each other the opportunity to connect, to be supported in times of difficulty, and be witnessed in times of joy. The collective “Sharing of Delights or Difficulties” is formal practice of briefly naming a sorrow or difficulty, a joy or delight, and having the group witness and resonate with each other’s experience.
No prior meditation experience is needed to attend this program. Please make every effort to arrive by 10:30.
This program is offered freely, which means this is a gift to the community, and you are encouraged to pay the gift forward to help cover costs to the degree that you can. This is a program of the Bozeman Insight Community (BIC), offered to the entire Dharma Center community and general public.
Everyone is welcome at Dharma Center programs and resident group meetings.
The Dharma Center is an inclusive, safe refuge for all ages, all sizes, all colors, all sexes, all religions, all beliefs, all cultures, all types, of all people.