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Welcome to the Mountain Sangha

Sitting quietly
Doing nothing
Spring comes
And the grass grows all by itself

Thay by Jessica Freedman
Thay by Jessica Freedman

Introduction

Mountain Sangha was formed in 2001 in the tradition of Vietnamese Buddhist Master Thich Nhat Hanh (called, `Thay` by his students). Thay is probably best known for his work in engaged Buddhism, his peace efforts during and after the war in Vietnam, and his poetry. He was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1968 by Martin Luther King. Thay resides in his monastery in Plum Village, France and makes frequent trips to the United States to deliver public talks and offer retreats in the Plum Village tradition. For more information, please visit our web site or http://www.plumvillage.org.

Schedule

The Mindfulness in Healing Sangha continues on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30, at the Pine Street Clinic, 124 Pine Street, San Anselmo, CA 94960. Please spread the word! Please visit the web site and send me your comments!

Directions

Mindfulness in Healing Sangha meets at the Pine Street Benevolent Association, 124 Pine St., San Anselmo, CA  94960 in downtown San Anselmo. Coming from 101 South, follow Sir Francis Drake and turn left on Tunstead Ave. Make an immediate left on San Anselmo Ave. and a right on Pine Street to 124. Coming from 101 North, follow Third St. to Sir Francis Drake and turn left. Make a right turn at Tunstead Ave., a left on San Anselmo Ave., and a right on Pine Street to 124.

Practice

Our practice sessions take place the each Wednesday evening 7:00PM to 8:30 PM. Each session is led by Carolyn DeFey or myself.

Our mindfulness practices are open to all practitioners and focus on mindful living, self-awareness, compassion in relationships, and mind-body awareness through connecting with our breathing. Throughout each gathering, we employ deep listening without judgment and loving speech.

No prior meditation experience is necessary to enjoy our sessions. We offer guided meditations and instructions to new people joining us for the first time. Attendance is by donation only, and all proceeds benefit the Pine Street Foundation.