“This is it. When we are truly present, really here, this is all we could ever hope for, everything it should be.”
– Cheri Huber
Meditation is the cornerstone of this practice. It is one of the most effective ways to train attention to be with present moment experience, to simply practice presence. Contrary to what the voices may claim, there's no such thing as a “good” or “bad” meditation, there’s only practicing presence. Join Sangha as we practice presence together.
How it works
A few minutes prior to the scheduled time, call the published conference call number. A trained facilitator will guide a group of callers through the meditation.
- We follow a specific format for a meditation period in our practice.
- We meditate for 30 minutes.
- There is a recitation at the beginning and end of the meditation period. Copies of the recitations are available for download from the Resources section.
- Participants are welcome to bring meditation hall formality into their home practice by being seated and ready to meditate 5 minutes before the meditation period is scheduled to begin.
- Please be on the call at least 2 minutes before the scheduled start time.
- In the rare occurrence of a technology challenge preventing a group from starting, the encouragement is to end the call and continue meditating on your own.
New time starting February 17th
Friday 7:30 a.m. Eastern
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
For group call-in information, click here.
(recited at the beginning of each meditation period)
(recited at the end of each meditation period)
The Secret Is There Are No Secrets: An Introduction to Zen Meditation with Cheri Huber
Nothing Happens Next (free download)
For questions about Virtual Meditation Groups, email email@example.com