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SIT, WALK, SIT MEDITATIONS SCHEDULE at Anattasati Magga Sanga for the Laity

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Date(s) - 04/21/2018 - 12/22/2018
7:00 am - 9:00 am

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Anattasati Magga Buddhist Sangha

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ASM is now offering Sit, Walk, Sit Meditations on Saturday from 7am-9am. 

Below are the dates for the remaining Sit, Walk, Sits and the description of the event.

 

Sit, Walk, Sit Dates in 2018:

April 21

May 26

June 23

 

August 25

September 29

October 27

November 24

December 22

Sit, Walk, Sit Description:

All are invited to come spend a couple of hours in meditation one Saturday a month, at the Mineral Dust Buddha Meditation Hall. The time will be spent in silence: two forty minute periods of sitting meditation with 10 minutes of walking meditation in between. ( So it’s really like 1.5 hours!) It’s beautiful that early in the morning, and a good way to start a weekend. info@anattasatimagga.org


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