Meditation in Mount Kisco
Our Wednesday evening meditation gatherings include instruction for anyone who wants it, and group meditation for everyone else, followed by a series of dharma talks based upon The Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma. This is Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s core presentation of the entire Buddhist path. Talks are given by Derek Kolleeny and John Baker. This is the beginning of an entire cycle of talks on the progressive stages of Buddhist meditation and its path. Drop-ins welcome!
Wednesdays (7 - 9 PM)
The Center for Health and Healing, 4 Smith Ave, Mount Kisco, New York 10549.
Parking available on Smith Ave., and in a lot beneath the building. See below for map and directions.
About the Meditation Gathering
Open sitting meditation from 7-7:45 PM. Open to all.
Join us for two 20 minute sessions of sitting with a short stretch between. Followed by a series of dharma talks based upon The Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma, Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s core presentation of the entire Buddhist path. Led by Derek Kolleeny and John Baker, supported by Teaching Assistant Warner Dick
Meditation instruction is provided for those that would like it, it in a separate room.
Both beginners and seasoned meditators are welcome.
$10-15 Suggested Donation at the Door.
Upcoming Schedule of Talks:
May 29: Open House Community Gathering with Derek Kolleeny and Warner Dick
June 5: Direct Path: The Truth of the Origin of Suffering, with Derek Kolleeny
June 12: Direct Path: The Truth of the Cessation of Suffering, with Warner Dick
AUDIO Recordings of Previous Talks from Winter-Spring 2019 can be accessed HERE.
Map & Directions
Center for Health & Healing
4 Smith Avenue, 2nd Floor, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
Parking available on Smith Ave., and a few spaces beneath the building.
located on the corner of Smith Avenue and East Main Street
Free parking available on Smith Avenue at all times.
1/2 mile from Mt. Kisco Train Station (Harlem Line) taxi services are available day and night from station
1 and 1/2 miles from Saw Mill Parkway and Interstate 684.