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Half-Day of practice with Jim on Saturday November 19 doing mindful movement and contemplating some inspirational Thanksgiving reflections from a variety of traditions.
O how I laugh when I think of my vague indefinite riches. No run on my bank can drain it, for my wealth is not possession but enjoyment.
HENRY DAVID THOREAU
Sunday, October 23, 1pm - 2:20pm.
We are meeting to celebrate the life that is burgeoning at PIMC, and to plan for the future. We will discuss program and community development, long-term financial stability, and governance. Whether you've been coming to PIMC for years or are new to our community, we encourage you join in this important conversation about our shared purpose and the future of PIMC.
The next QiGong Workshop will be held at PIMC this Saturday on October 8. As usual we will meet from 10:00am until 2:00pm. The format is a rhythm alternating between 20 minutes of movement and 20 minutes of silent sitting.
Our purpose is to learn to carry mindfulness from the cushion into daily life. In the Metta Sutta, it is described as the "sublime abiding." One translation actually refers to it as a Divine State...
Saturday, October 22nd, 7pm - 9:30pm.
We share in such beautiful community by sitting together and sharing in the art of meditation. We would like to invite you to come and share in a different expression of art and community, celebrating that we are the living breathing earth!
The time is finally here! PIMC will be moving to a list serv associated only with our website! You will be able to talk with one another, post pictures and have discussions.
with Robert Beatty, Saturday Oct 15 and Sunday Oct 16.
Everything that has a beginning has an ending. Life is utterly unstable and unpredictable. Our only certainty is that everything will change. Faced with his truth we vulnerable humans try to find some stable place to stand. We ignore the truth of impermanence all around and within us.
Putting the Buddha's Path to Happiness into Practice
Begins October 18, 2016
Presented by Gregory Maloof and Christine Gieben
The Noble Eightfold Path is the fourth of the Buddha's Four Noble Truths and is described by the Buddha as the way leading to the cessation of suffering and the blossoming of self-awakening. The Eightfold Path is often said to contain a summary of all the instructions and essential elements of the path to realization.
Curious about volunteering at PIMC? Please come and chat in the Dharma Hall following Robert's Dharma Talk at 1:00 pm!
Questions? Call me! Kate - 503-771-4123