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Meditation Sunday: Open to All

Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016, 10:00 am
Meditation Sunday: Open to All;


Buddhist Faith Fellowship of Connecticut, 343 Washington Terrace, Middletown, CT , 06457

1st and 3rd Sundays of the month
10 a.m. – 11: 20 a.m.
Suggested donation $10 at the door.
Ideal for beginners to the most seasoned meditators

All are welcomed to this simple and revitalizing ancient practice. Come and directly engage in sitting, walking, bowing, and voice meditation, in an atmosphere of noble silence with Dharma Teacher Senpai Lewis-Bastias or one of his Associate Teachers.

This Sunday morning meditation practice is strictly devoted in cultivating the mind and presence without any lecturing or discussion. You may practice any form of silent sitting meditation you feel comfortable with such as zazen, vipassana or shikantaza. Zafu cushions and chairs are available; however you can bring your cushion if you wish. Wear causal but nice and comfortable clothing.

If you are new to meditation, we recommend that you visit the following web sites and try to practice a little at home before arriving. If volunteers are available, we will be offering an Intro to Meditation at 9:45 a.m. for beginners.

Baha'i Community Hosts Monthly Devotional

Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016, 7:00 pm


Post Residence, 86 Sandy Point Road, Old Saybrook, , 06475

The Bahá’í Community of Old Saybrook hosts a devotional program the second Sunday of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at 86 Sandy Point Road. Individuals are invited to share prayers, poems, or readings of a spiritual nature. For more information, call Judy Post at 860-391-1244 or Valerie Smith at 860-388-5948.

General Practice Sunday

Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016, 10:00 am
General Practice Sunday;


Buddhist Faith Fellowship of Connecticut, 343 Washington Terrace, Middletown, CT , 06457

Every 2nd Sunday of the month
Open to all – No Experience Necessary

General Practice Sunday is our traditional format with voice and sitting meditation and other short practices that are designed to unfold presence and authentic spiritual expression. Included in this Sunday morning practice is a talk or guided discussion segment that promotes deepening knowledge and insight into Buddhist teaching and practice.

This week’s discussion topic is titled Love and Emptiness. The first realization on the Mahayana Buddhist path is our own emptiness. We look at the self and find nothing permanent. The next realization is egolessness of other and the self. Emptiness is empty of our assumption, and it is full of compassion. Discovering our selfless nature is true freedom.

TO learn more about this talk and our community, visit our web site.




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