Caloosahatchee Rising Tide Sangha
Wednesday Midweek Mindfulness on Zoom
Every Wednesday at 5:00pm-6:00pm on Zoom, we will meet as a sangha for meditation and deep sharing. This is a great opportunity to check in with yourself, and the sangha during the week. So come relax and calm the mind and body, and practice meditation and deep listening together with us.
Our weekly discussions usually involve examples of how we’ve applied the mindfulness practices we study. Even if you are not familiar with the practice, you are likely to find something of value in the discussion and be able to share from your own experiences if you choose.
Meditation in the Thich Nhat Hanh Tradition
FREE ONLINE OPPORTUNITIES TO DEEPEN OUR PRACTICE
Florida Community of Mindfulness
You can join the Florida Community of Mindfulness live on Zoom for Weekday Morning Meditation from 7:00-8:00 am, Sunday Morning Meditation & Dharma Talk from 10:00 am-noon, and more found on their website. https://www.floridamindfulness.org/
You can subscribe to Florida Community of Mindfulness's YouTube page for daily meditations and teachings. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGRWEl3QrY8dvUfwsnZ5svg
You can subscribe to Florida Community of Mindfulness's Podcast page for daily audio meditations and teachings. https://floridamindfulness.podbean.com/
Plum Village's website has plenty of content from teachings to meditations. https://plumvillage.org/
You can subscribe to Plum Village's YouTube page for daily meditations and teachings. https://www.youtube.com/plumvillage
The free Plum Village app can support us to cultivate mindfulness, compassion and joy through guided meditations, deep relaxations, practice poems, bells of mindfulness and other practices. https://plumvillage.app/
Plum Village does Mindful Movements online on Youtube which you can follow along here. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrrG7mvA6j0Z6oGwRgLayVw
May the sound of the bell penetrate deeply into the cosmos.
In even the darkest places, may living beings hear it clearly
so their suffering will cease,
understanding arises in their hearts,
and they can transcend the path of anxiety and sorrow.
Namo Shakyamunaye Buddhaya