Nyinthün: Sunday Morning Meditation [IN-PERSON]

October 18th

Date details +
    Price.:
  • $15 Patron
  • $10 Sustaining
  • $5 Supporting
Price description +
Room: Main Meditation Hall

10am-noon

Registration is required. This IN-PERSON portion is limited to 10 participants. 

Registrants must verify that they are free of any viral symptoms, have not been in contact with anyone known to have the coronavirus, and that they will follow handwashing guidelines, will wear a mask at all times while in the building and maintain a 6' distance from others.

Group chanting will be led by one person with a microphone, and participants will chant sub-audibly.

The in-person group will start together at 10am. Unfortunately we are not able to accomodate late arrivals.

No food or beverages will be provided.

Gathering in person comes with increased risks and we encourage everyone to consider their overall risk profile.

If you aren't feeling well, or decide you would rather join the virtual practice session for any reason, use this link to join virtually: https://zoom.us/j/586788974


Nyinthün is a weekly group practice of sitting and walking meditation held every Sunday morning. The practice begins and ends with a short set of traditional group chants and includes a dharma reading and a practice of compassion for those who have instruction in Tonglen.

A meditation instructor is available to offer guidance upon request and short personal meetings to answer questions for both new and experienced meditators. When the new moon coincides, participants are led in the chanting of a vivid, powerful group practice called 'The Sadhana of Mahamudra' written by the Venerable Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche (founder of the Shambhala tradition).

The power of group meditation
The group practice of Nyinthün is one of the most beneficial ways of deepening and extending our meditation. We are supported and carried by the group energy which creates a powerful atmosphere of practice. This energy inspires our own practice further than short daily sessions alone. By participating in weekly Nyinthün practice we can strengthen and deepen our personal meditation practice which in turn gives momentum to maintaining a regular sitting routine.

Nyinthün is best experienced in its entirety, but people are free to arrive and leave at anytime. There is no registration required and we welcome people of all practice levels. There is a suggested donation of $5 - $10, everyone is encouraged to practice generosity at the level that feels most appropriate. Your donations support programs such as this and promote a bright, caring, and brave environment.