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tibetan meditation

Harbor Dharma Meditation

About the text: Jigme Lingpa is an eighteenth century Tibetan mystic. He lived as a mountain hermit most of his life. He practiced in the Nyingma tradition (one of the 4 main lineages of Tibetan Buddhism). He was considered to be an incarnation of the great fourteenth-century teacher Longchenpa. This poem is regarded as a mind treasure – a text that arises spontaneously in the mind of the treasure-revealer. The “Ever-Present Good” represents both the potential for awakening and the expression of full awakening. The verses of this poem take us directly to the nature of our mind and how it works – how it fools us into dualistic notions of good/bad, me/you, hope/fear, and how it(we) has the capacity to be pure awareness – beyond all dualistic concepts to the vast and spacious love and compassion that is pure awareness itself, the “Ever-Present Good”.

This text will challenge us to see in new ways, exposing our hidden assumptions about the world. If we want to cut to the bare essence and value of meditation practice, this text will guide us. I am thrilled to be studying this text again!

Alida Bryant is a Dharma Leader and meditation instructor under the guidance of Anam Thubten. She has been meditation for over 30 years (still very much a beginner!) and studying and practicing Mahamudra, Dzogchen and the Mahayana for over 15 years under Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche, Anam Thubten and Dza Kilung Rinpoche among others.

For further information please contact Alida Bryant:
info@harbordharma.net or 978.257.1092 or  https://www.meetup.com/Harbor-Dharma/

 

Intro to Meditation – 6 week course with Harbor Dharma

1ST & 3RD Tuesdays, September – December 6:30 to 8:00 PM     
Ayurveda Wellness Healing, 25C Lexington Ave, Magnolia

What: A 6-session course designed to help you begin or deepen your meditation practice.
Why: Because you may be exhausted by your turbulent emotions dragging you up to highs and down to lows, being led around by the nose by your thoughts. It’s not necessary!! Suffering is optional!
When: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays starts September 17, ends December 3.

Where: Ayurveda Wellness Healing, 25C Lexington Ave, Magnolia, MA
Cost: $75 pre-registration required. Limit 10 people.

 

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Commitment: Attend every session and begin a daily meditation practice, even if it’s for just 10 minutes. You can do this!!
Alida will be using a text called The Relaxed Mindby one of her favorite teachers, Dza Kilung Rinpoche. You can find the text online, and it’s helpful to have it, but not necessary.

The first class begins with our posture – aligning body and mind into a relaxed yet upright and dignified posture. Then, step by step, week by week, we will explore the nature of thoughts and develop the awareness to manage that squirrelly mind!

Having the support of a group is essential to beginning a new habit, as is regular practice. We are limiting it to 10 people so that you have individual guidance and support, yet some good company on this new adventure.

Questions? Email Alida Bryant, Instructor, at info@harbordharma.net

Intro to Meditation – 6 week course with Harbor Dharma

1ST & 3RD Tuesdays, September – December 6:30 to 8:00 PM     
Ayurveda Wellness Healing, 25C Lexington Ave, Magnolia

What: A 6-session course designed to help you begin or deepen your meditation practice.
Why: Because you may be exhausted by your turbulent emotions dragging you up to highs and down to lows, being led around by the nose by your thoughts. It’s not necessary!! Suffering is optional!
When: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays starts September 17, ends December 3.

Where: Ayurveda Wellness Healing, 25C Lexington Ave, Magnolia, MA
Cost: $75 pre-registration required. Limit 10 people.

 

[Register Here] AWH logo
Commitment: Attend every session and begin a daily meditation practice, even if it’s for just 10 minutes. You can do this!!
Alida will be using a text called The Relaxed Mindby one of her favorite teachers, Dza Kilung Rinpoche. You can find the text online, and it’s helpful to have it, but not necessary.

The first class begins with our posture – aligning body and mind into a relaxed yet upright and dignified posture. Then, step by step, week by week, we will explore the nature of thoughts and develop the awareness to manage that squirrelly mind!

Having the support of a group is essential to beginning a new habit, as is regular practice. We are limiting it to 10 people so that you have individual guidance and support, yet some good company on this new adventure.

Questions? Email Alida Bryant, Instructor, at info@harbordharma.net

Intro to Meditation – 6 session course with Harbor Dharma

Please join us for a 6-session course designed to help you begin or deepen your meditation practice.

Why? Because you may be exhausted by your turbulent emotions dragging you up to highs and down to lows, being led around by the nose by your thoughts. It’s not necessary!! Suffering is optional!

When: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays starts September 17, ends December 3.

Commitment: By attending every session and practicing daily, even if it’s just for 10 minutes, you will insure a successful outcome. You can do this!!

Alida will be using a text called The Relaxed Mindby one of her favorite teachers, Dza Kilung Rinpoche. You can find the text online, and it’s helpful to have it, but not necessary.

The first class begins with our posture – aligning body and mind into a relaxed yet upright and dignified posture. Then, step by step, week by week, we will explore the nature of thoughts and develop the awareness to manage that squirrelly mind!

Having the support of a group is essential to beginning a new habit, as is regular practice. We are limiting it to 10 people so that you have individual guidance and support, yet some good company on this new adventure.

Cost: $75 pre-registration required. Limit 10 people.

Questions? Email Alida Bryant, Instructor, at info@harbordharma.net

Alida Bryant is a DharmaLeader and meditation instructor under the guidance of Anam Thubten. She has been meditating for over 30 years and studying and practicing Mahamudra, Dzogchen and the Mahayana for over 15 years under Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche, Anam Thubten and Dza Kilung Rinpoche among others.[/left]

 

 

Intro to Meditation – 6 session course with Harbor Dharma

Please join us for a 6-session course designed to help you begin or deepen your meditation practice.

Why? Because you may be exhausted by your turbulent emotions dragging you up to highs and down to lows, being led around by the nose by your thoughts. It’s not necessary!! Suffering is optional!

When: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays starts September 17, ends December 3.

Commitment: By attending every session and practicing daily, even if it’s just for 10 minutes, you will insure a successful outcome. You can do this!!

Alida will be using a text called The Relaxed Mindby one of her favorite teachers, Dza Kilung Rinpoche. You can find the text online, and it’s helpful to have it, but not necessary.

The first class begins with our posture – aligning body and mind into a relaxed yet upright and dignified posture. Then, step by step, week by week, we will explore the nature of thoughts and develop the awareness to manage that squirrelly mind!

Having the support of a group is essential to beginning a new habit, as is regular practice. We are limiting it to 10 people so that you have individual guidance and support, yet some good company on this new adventure.

Cost: $75 pre-registration required. Limit 10 people.

Questions? Email Alida Bryant, Instructor, at info@harbordharma.net

Alida Bryant is a DharmaLeader and meditation instructor under the guidance of Anam Thubten. She has been meditating for over 30 years and studying and practicing Mahamudra, Dzogchen and the Mahayana for over 15 years under Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche, Anam Thubten and Dza Kilung Rinpoche among others.[/left]