Calm-abiding Meditation Course

meditationSaturdays March 11, 18, 25 and April 1

10 am – 11 am (20 minutes sitting, Break, 20 minutes sitting)

Samatha, means “calm, tranquil.” Samatha meditation is an effective, gentle way of training the mind to reduce negative and limiting thoughts. In practicing calm-abiding meditation, we can increase our ability to concentrate, control our over-active, unfocused minds and enjoy a sense of peace and tranquility.

As a continuation of the Introduction to Meditation course May, 2016, this course will focus on practicing calm abiding meditation, and is suitable for beginners as well as those who participated in the previous course.

The first day session will begin with Geshe la giving a brief review on calm abiding meditation. The following three sessions will primarily be group practice/sittings.

To help us prepare a comfortable experience, please register before: 5 March 2017 (updated from Feb 26) Spaces filled, you may register and if there is an opening we will let you know.

You can also register by contacting the below, or if you have any questions/comments.


Phone: Lynn (430) 235-0765