Buddhist meditation practices, such as Vipassana (Insight) and Metta (Loving-kindness) practice, all sit within a larger context of the contemplative path. One of the main features that is unique to the Buddhist path is known as the “Middle Way.” What is the Middle Way? How is it spoken of in the early texts and how does this apply to our modern lives today? How can our understanding of the middle way (or lack thereof) effect our meditation practice and the way we live our lives?
Join Oren Jay Sofer for an evening of practice: silent meditation with instruction, a Dharma Talk, and time for questions and discussion.
This event is by donation.