It’s impermanent, so meditate – with Shambhala Sunday

“Thanks to impermanence, everything is possible.” Thích Nhất Hạnh, 1926-2022

Dear Cuenca Community,

Shambhala Cuenca would like to invite you to meditate together from your home this Sunday at 10.30 am. There are many forms and methods of meditation – the form you choose doesn’t matter, however it’s a very good thing to remember our shared humanity as we sit quietly and become mindful for a period of time.

Online meditation sessions are available at
https://shambhala.org/contact-shambhala-meditation-instructor/
and
https://virtual-cushion.shambhalaonline.org
and
https://shambhalaonline.org/sunday-gatherings/
and
https://shambhalatimes.org/2020/04/02/covid-19-resources-on-the-shambhala-times/

To practice online regularly with a group, you can also visit https://boston.shambhala.org/getting-started/

Contact cuenca.shambhala@gmail.com , and visit us online at cuenca.shambhala.ws and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/229033203881661

If you would like to use it, the form we use at Shambhala Cuenca is outlined at cuenca.shambhala.ws, and you can visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3sd7RCZ-Fg for instructions on YouTube, or contact us for instructions.

Pema Chodron Guided Meditation —
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmthYcJ2FCA
and
https://shambhala.org/frequently-asked-questions/#whymeditate

Sunday, Jan 30, 10:30 AM, free – donations to relief organizations are highly encouraged. Your Gracious Home, Cuenca.

Doug: cuenca.shambhala@gmail.com +592 98 284 8203 with WhatsApp and Text

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