Group meditation: Wednesday evenings – Interbeing Sangha and Earth Holder Sangha ONLINE

Every Wednesday
7:00-8:30pm CT

Currently meeting ONLINE through Zoom.

Our Wednesday evening meditation group alternates subject matter each week.

Interbeing Sangha is a meditation group practicing and studying the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh. The weekly practice consists of two sitting meditations, walking meditation, singing/chanting, and a dharma talk or study. On the first Wednesday of each month, we recite the Five Mindfulness Trainings during the gathering.

Part of the Awakening Heart Community at Dallas Meditation Center, our meditation practice is inspired by the tradition of Plum Village and Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh.

The Earth Holder Sangha is the branch of the Plum Village tree that applies Thich Nhat Hanh’s core teachings on engaged Buddhism, mindful living, racial and social justice, and inter-being with Mother Earth at this time of ecological crisis.  The Earth Holder Sangha at Dallas Meditation Center is a part of the Interbeing Sangha and follows the same format but with readings, presentations, and discussions geared toward environmental stewardship, issues of climate change, social justice, and racism. They meet on the fourth Wednesday of the month.

Open to all levels of meditation experience, from beginners to more experienced meditators. We welcome persons of any spiritual tradition, including those not part of any spiritual or faith tradition.

Fee by donation: $15-20 per person suggested (click to make an online donation now)

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Please join us tomorrow evening (July 13) to welcome our guest speaker, Senior Dharma Teacher Chân Huy. We are honored that Senior Dharma Teacher Chân Huy will deliver a talk to our sangha.

Dharma Teacher Chân HuyChân Huy, B.Sc, MSc. and MBA, teaches the art of mindful living in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh and Plum Village. Ordained by Thich Nhat Hanh in 1994 as a lay dharmacarya (dharma teacher), Chan Huy offers Dharma talks and leads retreats and other mindfulness activities across Canada and the United States.