This week's reflection is on mindfulness, flow and sports.
Both formal and informal fixed concentration mindfulness practices can lead to states of flow. Of...
Serenity Insight Liberation
Dedicated to freely offering mindfulness and loving-kindness practices to cultivate serenity and insight leading to “The Heart’s Sure Release” - liberation.
Regardless of faith or background, all people are welcome.
We have many resources to help you along your journey. The next Introduction to Mindfulness course is anticipated to take place in late spring or early summer. Make sure you sign up for our list serves in the lower right hand corner of this webpage to stay updated! In the meantime, check out our weekly meditation tips in our Mindfulness of the Dharma Blog, http://buffalodharma.org/articles. Download our Mindfulness Toolkit to get an overview of the spiritually of mindfulness, http://buffalodharma.org/toolkit#. Internet resources and recommended books can be found here, http://buffalodharma.org/resources.
We hope to have a Deepening Mindfulness course late spring or early summer. A Tibetan nun based in Philadelphia and vipassana teachers from Toronto will be teaching in Buffalo in May and June respectively! Bhante U Jotika, a Burmese Theravada Monk of Serenity Insight Meditation Center in Asheville, NC, has agreed to field questions from the Buffalo Sangha about Dharma practice. Check out our "Ask a Monk" section and ask Bhante a question about your meditation practice, http://buffalodharma.org/content/ask-monk.