Mentoring Program: Companionship through the Dharma
By Editor | Jan 15 2011
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 like a dangerous neighborhood. I try not to go there alone." In that same way, many people find venturing into the practice of meditation greatly enhanced by some kind of companionship. IMCW supports this approach through 1-1 mentoring.
IMCW's renewed Mentoring Program
brings together students who feel they might benefit from some 1-1 interaction with a more seasoned practitioner. We are deeply grateful to these mentors who feel inspired to be of support and service.
If you feel you might benefit from meeting for some 1-1 mentoring in meditation, you can peruse our list of mentors and fill out a short application. Gary Hillesland, our administrator, will help you make a connection.
Read more about mentoring
on the IMCW website. Any questions, please contact Gary Hillesland