Saturday January 31st, from 10 am to 4 pm at PIMC, lead by Doug Pullin. Self-compassion can be cultivated. It's a courageous attitude that stands up to harm, including the harm that we inflict on ourselves through self-criticism, self-denial, or self-absorption.
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Want to plan an evening of mindfulness with your friends in the Dharma? Please put December 10th at 6:30 pm on your calendars when PIMC will host a night at the movies. We will be sharing an inspiring documentary about a Vipassana mediation program that was started in Alabama several years ago.
Saturday, November 29th 9:00 to 4:00. In celebration and honoring those who have become members of the Stewardship Circle, Robert will be offering a one day retreat Become Fully Alive: A Day of Meditation for Fully Embracing Life.
PIMC exists, and thrives, through your loving presence, meditation and generosity. The Buddha taught that generosity is one of the central practices of spiritual life. By joining our Stewardship Circle you will establish ongoing support for the continued teaching of the Dharma. Your generous monthly contribution will be used to maintain and further develop the spiritual home that nourishes you, and others, so deeply.
6 week class starting Oct. 2, 2014 - Doug Pullin
1. Develop a healthier relationship with your thoughts.
2. Develop more balance with your emotions.
3. Become more in touch with your body and mind.
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Mindfulness Meditation with Robert Beatty, July 13- 25, 2014
At PIMC we have many opportunities to engage in karma yoga; the generous dedication of your time and energy toward benefiting this wonderful community.
If you are interested in volunteering with us here at PIMC, please consider attending our volunteer orientation. During the orientation you will receive valuable information about karma yoga and our current volunteer opportunities. March 16, after the Sunday Dharma talk and tea time (12:45pm - 1.15pm).
Kalyana Mitta (spiritual friends) Groups bring together members of the dharma community to study and share practice experiences in a friendly, supportive environment. They are formed to provide peer support as you deepen your practice and understanding of the Dharma. Groups are generally comprised of six to twelve members to afford an intimacy not always available in larger sitting groups.