Conversations Unlimited

This is an informal session to share thoughts, questions, ideas, and writing with the wish to strengthen connections within the sangha. These sessions are typically theme-based. Everyone is welcome!

Weekday Morning Meditation

Teacher: Program Council member

This is a group meditation with very brief instruction by a Program Council member.

Death and Dying Study Group

Participation in the study group is open to all but the Zoom meetings are done by password-protected invitation email. Anyone who is interested should contact the organizer.

Green Tara Practice

The practice of Green Tara belongs to the vajrayana class of meditations. Tara is considered the embodiment of the activity of all the buddhas.

Weekday Morning Meditation

Teacher: Program Council member

This is a group meditation with very brief instruction by a Program Council member.

Chenrezi Practice

The practice of Chenrezi — the embodiment of the compassion of all the buddhas — is an excellent introduction to yidam practice of vajrayana Buddhism.

Weekday Morning Meditation

Teacher: Program Council member

This is a group meditation with very brief instruction by a Program Council member.

Newcomers Night

Teacher: Jeff Alworth

The session is intended for individuals who are either unfamiliar with Buddhist practice or are new to KCC. You need not RSVP. All are welcome and invited to attend.

Weekday Morning Meditation

Teacher: Program Council member

This is a group meditation with very brief instruction by a Program Council member.

Green Tara Practice

The practice of Green Tara belongs to the vajrayana class of meditations. Tara is considered the embodiment of the activity of all the buddhas.

Shamatha Meditation – AM

Teacher: Sally Alworth

At the beginning of each session, brief instruction to the practice of Shamatha will be given. After a one-hour session and a 10-minute break, there will be a teaching or question-and-answer period with participants.

Shamatha Meditation – PM

Teacher: Lama Michael Conklin

At the beginning of each session, brief instruction to the practice of Shamatha will be given.  After a one-hour session and a 10-minute break, there will be a teaching or question-and-answer period with participants.