We meet at 10:00 AM on the first and third Saturdays of the month at the Tucson Community Meditation Center. We invite you, your family, and loved ones to visit our practice.
For those joining us this Saturday, November 15th for our third Saturday of the month Upaya Sangha of Tucson meeting, we will meet from 10:00 a.m. to noon, and our meeting will include brief sutra chanting, participant check-in, announcements, sitting meditation (Zazen), and a short tea break. After this, since Sensei Al Genkai Kaszniak will be at the Jack Kornfield program in Tucson, sangha member Tricia Dalby will lead a discussion of excerpts/teachings taken from two of Jack Kornfield’s books–A Lamp in The Darkness: Illuminating the Path Through Difficult Times (2011) and Buddah’s Little Instruction Book (1994).
If this is your first time to join us, we meet at Tucson Community Meditation Center (TCMC), 1231 East Edison St., one block south of Grant, just west of Mountain, on the north side of the street. We meet the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month. There are plenty of zafus (meditation cushions) and chairs.
Parking reminder: It’s important to the future of TCMC to observe mindful parking by not parking on the same block as the Center and by leaving an empty parking space in front of the homes on the neighboring blocks. Please reserve TCMC driveway parking for people who cannot walk far. Thanks!
The Upaya Sangha of Tucson is pleased to offer a discussion group beginning on Wednesday, September 3rd, on a series of recorded lectures by Stephen Batchelor, offered at a “Secular Buddhist Retreat,” July of 2013, at Gaia House, Devon England. This discussion group will meet the first and third Wednesdays, in seven sessions over fourteen [continue reading…]
Jack Kornfield will be in Tucson November 15-16 for a two day teaching: The Psychology of Loving Awareness: A Two-Day Training in Transforming Difficulty into Ease and Well-Being. The teaching will be held at the Tucson JCC and registration is sponsored by Sounds True, who will be recording the event. Loving awareness, mindfulness, and compassion [continue reading…]