Daily Life Mindfulness Practice – new class!

Find you need more awareness in your daily life?  Come learn the techniques of Daily Life Mindfulness.  Learn to be more present and handle the ups & downs of life easier. Please join us for this course.

Monday  Evenings 6:30 – 8:30 PM
12 weeks starting March 5th with Jane Sipe and Adam Titone.

Jane and Adam together  have 30 years Mindfulness training and practice with Dr. Thynn Thynn. Jane has been teaching Mindfulness in Daily Life for the past 10 years and Adam has twice taken short term ordinations as a Buddhist Monk at the Half Moon Bay Dhamma Nanda Wihara Buddhist Monastery.

Email atitone@sonic.net for more information, to register, or to receive recordings of the class.

Classes by donation (suggested donation $15 to $20). No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

New beginning class September 7!

“Meditate Without Meditating or Off the Cushion Mindfulness”

Dr. Thynn and Melissa Titone will be starting a new beginning class the first week of September. This class is open to any new student and all returning students who wants a refresher.

Thursday evenings, 6:30-8:00pm beginning September 7th. The classes will be recorded for distance learning and those that can’t make a class.
There will be hands on training of how to apply the practice while one moves throughout the day. This will be done without silent sitting. Some background knowledge of the practice from Theravada Buddhism will be taught during the class.

The class will run for 10 sessions. Classes are by donation (suggested donation $10-20).

For more information or to register to attend in person or online:
email stw2@sonic.net

 

THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO DR. THYNN NOT FEELING WELL

LOOK FOR IT TO POSSIBLY START NEXT YEAR!

Meditate without Meditating: A Daily Life Mindfulness Practice Manual

This book is a manual that will guide the meditator throughout their day regardless of where they are and what they are doing. This is one of the few books that will help the meditator integrate their mindfulness practice and all their experiences in life by developing equanimity and balance. It is in fact a way to find one’s central core from which one can relate to the world at large.

The book is now available on Amazon. All proceeds will go to Sae Taw Win II Dhamma Center.