New and Upcoming:
Mindfulness: A Practical Guide to Awakening
Audio teachings from Joseph Goldstein
Each evening we begin with a 20-minute meditation with some words of guidance. Then we will listen to a 45-minute audio teaching by Joseph Goldstein. The last portion of each class is open for questions, reflections and dialog to integrate the teachings into our own daily experience with family, work and friends. These Tuesday evening series have proven to be a valuable time for connection with like-minded others and support for aware presence in daily life. More details….
At Sacred Spaces you will find a variety of programs:
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
10-week series offered periodically
Call or send a note for upcoming dates.
Weekly classes include a variety of related topics such as Meditation, Eight Mindful Steps to Happiness, Lovingkindness and Buddhism for Beginners.
Women’s Mindfulness Groups
Women’s Mindfulness Groups meet each week:
This group supports inner peace, conscious relationships, aware living, and overall happiness. A forum for bringing the experience of daily life in line with what we know to be true. Different topics and aspects of life surface for exploration each week. Readings from favorite spiritual teachers. Joining the mindfulness group requires a 4-week commitment to start. The Friday Women’s Mindfulness Groups is currently full at 8 members. Call or send a note to be included on the wait list for openings.
Current members may make monthly payments here:
Eckhart Tolle Evenings
Thursdays, 7-8:30pm, drop in, by donation
First Parish Memorial Room
24 Vernon St. Framingham
Short silent sitting followed by
DVD of Eckhart Tolle and group discussion.
Simple silence followed by tea and perhaps a short reading. Sitting with a group on a weekly basis helps support a regular home practice or is a wonderful repose just as it is. A meditation room is open daily with scheduled group sittings weekdays, 6-6:30pm.
$10 Donation for Weekly Drop-in Events:
Day-long and weekend retreats happen are offered periodically. These are based on the teachings of Pema Chodron, Adyashanti, Thich Nhat Hanh, Jack Kornfield and others.