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      March 11, 2014

      Tuesday  10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

      107 Ridgely Avenue
      Annapolis, Maryland 21401

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      People from all walks of life attend our classes – young and old, religious and atheist. Some simply want to learn how to meditate, and these classes are perfect for this purpose. Others want to find out more about Buddhism, and so the talk (and meditation) are of benefit to them.

      Generally, classes begin with everyone arriving a bit early, and sitting on chairs in a comfortable room. The meditation Teacher then comes in and welcomes everyone to the class.

      They will probably introduce the subject of the evening, and then take everyone through a simple and calming relaxation meditation. This usually involves focusing on the breath to settle your mind and develop a sense of inner peace. The meditation usually lasts 10 – 15 minutes.

      Then the meditation Teacher will give a short talk on Buddhist thinking applied in daily life followed by a question-and-answer session. To close the class the Teacher will lead another guided meditation, which sometimes is a second breathing meditation and sometimes focuses on the meaning of the talk

      This class is held at the KMC Maryland Annapolis branch in West Annapolis. The space is the first dedicated Kadampa meditation space in Annapolis and is a very friendly and warm environment. It is handicap accessible and has plenty of parking. Inside there is a bookstore, a lovely Buddha statue, and always tea or other refreshments


      Cost is $5 for Unemployed, Students, Seniors and $10 all others


      Call us at 410-243-3837

      Categories: Religion & Spirituality

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