• Earth Day, April 2015

    Editor posted on Apr 17 2015
    Earth Day, April 2015

    Guest teacher Hugh Byrne leads the Wednesday class in Bethesda on April 22 with "Beloved Earth: The Bodhisattva in a Time of Climate Change".

    Also, join One Earth Sangha's new EcoSattva training...

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  • New Website Calendar and Registration

    Editor posted on Apr 04 2015
    New Website Calendar and Registration

    IMCW is proud to announce a new website calendar and registration. You'll be happy to find it easier to find and register for your favorite events.  And best of all, the whole website is now mobile- and tablet-friendly.

    No log-ins!!  When you go to register for an event you'll find a streamlined registration process with no log in or passwords. It's also easier to find your events...

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  • BuddhaFest June 11-14: Matthieu Ricard, Tara Brach, Sharon Salzberg & Bhikkhu Bodhi

    Editor posted on Mar 30 2015
    BuddhaFest June 11-14: Matthieu Ricard, Tara Brach, Sharon Salzberg & Bhikkhu Bodhi

    The 6th annual BuddhaFest will be held in Arlington, VA on June 11-14, featuring four days of films, talks, meditation and music inspired by the principles of mindfulness and compassion.

    This year's speakers include New York Knicks mindfulness trainer George Mumford, The Nature Conservancy CEO Mark Tercek, New York Times writer David Gelles, 30-year Thich Nhat Hanh student...

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  • Yearlong Intensive: Bringing Mindfulness to Life

    Editor posted on Feb 26 2015
    Yearlong Intensive: Bringing Mindfulness to Life

    September 2015-May 2016

    Imagine if mindfulness was a way of life, instead of a class...

    Applications are now being accepted for the 2015-16 class of Bringing Mindfulness to Life. The course offers monthly meetings, three daylong retreats, a weekend residential retreat, small group work and regular one-on-one meeting with teachers. The dynamic curriculum includes dharma study, structured journaling exercises designed specifically for this class, and yoga....

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  • Introduction to Meditation Series with Tara Brach

    Editor posted on Feb 02 2015
    Introduction to Meditation Series with Tara Brach

    On February 11 and 18, IMCW invites you to join founding teacher Tara Brach for a new 2-part "Introduction to Meditation" series. This series is designed for new practioners & those with “beginner’s mind” who want to refresh and deepen their practice. The classes will be held during the Wednesday night class in Bethesda, MD.

    The first class of this series will explore the attitude we bring to meditation that makes it rewarding, and the training that helps us in "coming back" from thoughts. The second class will guide us in "being here"...

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  • Job Opening: Executive Director, New York Insight Meditation Center

    Editor posted on Feb 01 2015
    Job Opening: Executive Director, New York Insight Meditation Center

    New York Insight Meditation Center seeks an executive director. The executive director reports to the board of directors, works in collaboration with the guiding teacher and the board, and directs the deputy director, volunteers and consultants to ensure that the organization continually realizes its mission and vision.

    This is a full-time paid position starting mid May 2015. Read more
  • Awakening Joy with James Baraz

    Editor posted on Jan 08 2015
    Awakening Joy with James Baraz
    Registration is now open for James Baraz’s 2015 Awakening Joy course which runs for five months from February-June. It's fun, it's powerful and it works, as participants practice ten different states of well-being together.

    Thousands of people have taken this course which James has been teaching since 2003. The course can be taken online. Each participant gets access to practice letters and video/audio recordings of the live classes.... Read more
  • Gratitude Meditation for the New Year

    Vicki Goodman posted on Jan 04 2015
    Gratitude Meditation for the New Year
    We would like to offer this gratitude meditation to you as you enter the New Year. Gratitude meditations are used to encourage mindful presence and to open the heart. Namaste!

    1 – Bring to mind a benefactor or mentor. Someone who has helped or guided you. It can be a real person, a historical figure or archetype. Pick one. See their face, their eyes. In some way express your gratitude to them…in your expression or in words. You may just feel it in your heart. If you like you can say to yourself the word, “grateful, grateful for your care, grateful for your guidance, grateful for your loving presence"....  Read more
  • Tara's Class Schedule Updates

    Editor posted on Dec 18 2014
    Tara's Class Schedule Updates
    Mark your calendars! December 17 is the special Solstice class at River Road. We will light candles to welcome in the new year, chant and listen to music along with a guided meditation and dharma talk by Tara. Tara Brach's class on December 3 is canceled so that River Road Unitarian ... Read more
  • Awakening through Embodiment & Relationship

    Editor posted on Dec 03 2014
    Awakening through Embodiment & Relationship
    6-Month Course with Cynthia Wilcox  This course is for those who have a meditation practice and are ready to participate in this group as an experiential pathway to learning. Participants can enter the course with a partner, friend, or family member, or it will be equally rich to come on you... Read more
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