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  • RRUUC Bethesda Beats the Heat!

    posted on Jun 07 2011
    June 7, Bethesda, MD   At the Wednesday, June 1 yogis encountered tropical heat during their class at RRUUC. It took more than the usual effort to maintain a calm, centered meditation and we are grateful for the patience and understanding offered by the community as RRUUC worked to solve the pr... Read more
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  • IMCW/Omega Retreat: The Gifts of Buddhist & Western Psychology

    posted on Jun 06 2011
    September 16–17, 2011  Join three of the West's most prominent Buddhist teachers—Jack Kornfield, Tara Brach, and Mark Epstein—for an exclusive weekend program. Tap into the healing wisdom for lasting happiness inherent within each of us through the ancient, life-changing powe... Read more
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  • Non-IMCW Retreat: Fierce Tenderness

    posted on May 11 2011
    Awakening a Balanced Perspective   Dori Langevin embodies the sacred feminine-- she is one of the most graceful, wise and loving dharma teachers I know. Her workshop, Fierce Tenderness, will give students an opportunity to discover pathways to their own innate strength, wakefulness and compassi... Read more
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  • Busy Life Syndrome?

    posted on May 04 2011
    Busy Life Syndrome?
    IMCW teacher Klia Bassing has been filmed at her “Visit Yourself at Work” classes by ABC news. The segment will air this Monday, May 9, during the 6:30-7 p.m. news.  Visit Yourself classes offer office workers meditation training to reduce stress and increase clarity of thought at t... Read more
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  • IMCW Unveils New Website

    posted on May 02 2011
    IMCW is delighted to announce the launch of a colorful new streamlined and updated website. Our goals have been to create a website that would better reflect the character of the IMCW community, and to create a more viewer-friendly experience on the website. You’ll find many new features here... Read more
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  • Hugh Byrne wins "Best Contender for Guru" Status, Washington City Paper

    posted on Mar 24 2011
    Hugh Byrne wins "Best Contender for Guru" Status, Washington City Paper
    See the Washington City Paper article, dated 3/24/2011.
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  • Sharon Salzberg, Guest Teacher Wednesday night/PBS interview segment

    posted on Feb 12 2011
    Sharon Salzberg, Guest Teacher Wednesday night/PBS interview segment
    http://imcwbeta.org/Talks/TalkDetail/tabid/69/TalkID/122/Default.aspx Read more
  • A Year of Living Mindfully

    posted on Feb 09 2011
    ...or  How to Change Your Life, Transform Your Practice and Make New Friends  by Christa Gallapoullos Let me paint a picture for you... a couple weeks ago, in a day-long gathering for the YLM group, I sat behind my partner, holding space for him as he breathed through the morning’s ... Read more
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  • BuddhaFest 2011

    posted on Feb 06 2011
    BuddhaFest 2011
    BuddhaFest, a 4-day film festival with talks andmeditation, will be held June 16-19 at Artisphere in the Rosslyn section of Arlington, Virginia. BuddhaFest was first held last June. It was a tremendous success, with over 700 people attending and most events selling out. Teachers at BuddhaFest... Read more
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  • Mentoring Program: Companionship through the Dharma

    posted on Jan 15 2011
    Mentoring Program: Companionship through the Dharma
    by Jonathan Foust Do you find times in your meditation practice when you hit some kind of resistance that makes it challenging to keep going? Ever hit times when you are not even sure how you are supposed to practice when you sit and close your eyes? Annie Lamont once said, "My mind is li... Read more
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