Doors Open Milwaukee

Milwaukee Mindfulness Center South

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Doors Open Milwaukee

This weekend, Sept. 20th & 21st, is “Doors Open Milwaukee”. Lots of places in the area open for tours. This year the Marian Center For Non-Profits (the old St. Mary’s Academy and even older than that a convent for the Nuns of St. Francis) and specifically the Milwaukee Mindfulness Center – South (room 316) is participating. Come see this wonderful building and stop by to visit. Here’s a link: http://doorsopenmilwaukee.org/

Morning Meditation At The South Side Mindfulness Center In Milwaukee

Milwaukee Mindfulness Center-South is starting an early morning meditation opportunity.

Starting Monday, September 15th, the Marian Center room will be open for early morning meditation from 7am to 8am, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Please feel free to drop in and join us.

We’re at 3211 South Lake Drive, room 316. Parking is available in the south parking lot (behind the St. Francis sign on Lake Drive). Enter at the southwest door and there are stairs or elevator to the 3rd floor. Follow the signs to room 316.

Day Of Mindfulness 9/27/2014

Join Us For A Day Of Mindfulness Honoring The

Monks And Nuns Of

Blue Cliff Monastery

Join us on Saturday, September 27th 2014 in a Day of Mindfulness Featuring the Monks and Nuns of Blue Cliff Monastery

We will be gathering in the Troubadour Room of the

Marian Center for Non Profits,

3221 S. Lake Drive, St. Francis, Wisconsin

Saturday, Sept. 27th 2014 from 9am to 4pm

Lunch is provided, please bring your own cushions, chairs are available

There is no preregistration required, but we would appreciate letting us know if you are coming so we can have a head count for lunch; $20 donation is suggested but not required.

Please respond to Mindfulness Community of Milwaukee, 414-962-8678 or milwmindful@hotmail.com

All proceeds will go to the Thich Nhat Hahn Foundation

 

For a printable copy of this notice, please click here.

Meditation Instructors Support Group

New Meditation Instructors Support Group

4th Sunday of the Month

at the Park Place Center

12:15pm to 2:15pm

This is an opportunity for people teaching meditation at the centers or in the community to get together and discuss successes and problems in their teaching. Paul Brodwin and Jeanne Lowry will facilitate these discussions. Please join us to share your dharma teaching so we can all learn together.

Four Abodes Class At Dancing River Meditation Group

New Class

The Four Abodes

Buddhist Ideals On Love And Connection

5 Wednesdays from 7 to 8:30pm

July 9th                Overview on interbeing and connection

July 16th              Lovingkindness

July 23rd             Compassion

July 30th             Joy

August 6th          Equanimity and Inclusiveness

Taught By Dr. Paul Norton

at the Dancing River Meditation Group

1224 Eleventh Ave., Grafton, WI

Suggested Donation: $15 per class

Meditation Instruction July 9th at 6:15pm

Questions? Call Paul Norton @ 414-962-8678

How To Teach Meditation Class

A special short course intended for people who currently teach basic “mindfulness of breath” to others. We will review classic and contemporary instructions from the Buddhist tradition, discuss how to balance empathy and technical guidance in working with learners, and share experiences about teaching in different settings (one-on-one, retreats, prison work), etc. No charge, but donations accepted. A sourcebook of published meditation instructions will be provided.

Taught by Paul Brodwin and Jeane Lowry at the East side center,  1922 E. Park Place.

Dates: Tuesday evenings, May 27th, June 3 and June 10, 2014. Time 6:30-8:30 pm.

For more information, contact brodwin@uwm.edu .