In-person and Online Meditation Offering (See Calendar)

We teach and practice a type of meditation known as Mahasati meditation. Mahasati in Pali means “great awareness.” It is a form of Vipassana or Insight meditation which originates in Southeast Asia. Mahasati meditation cultivates self-awareness initially through attention to the movement of the body and, at intermediate and more advanced levels, to the movement of the mind. This ultimately leads to a direct and profound understanding of the origins of suffering in human experience and points the way toward ultimate liberation. While Mahasati meditation has its roots in Buddhism, it is not necessary to accept any type of religious doctrine in order to practice. It is also possible to practice it conjointly with other forms of religious practice.

New to Meditation?

We recommended that first time visitors view our introductory video HERE before attending for the first time.

Please register for any in-person meditation class offered (see calendar). When you arrive, you will be offered a brief introduction.

Please note: There is no formal charge for our programs, but your donations are appreciated and necessary for our survival.


 Meditation Offerings

MEDITATION & DHAMMA TALK

Monday: 7:00 – 8:30 pm (In-Person)
Wednesday: 7:00 – 8:00pm (Virtual)

Thursday: 9:30 – 11:00 am (In-Person)
Saturday: 10:00 – 11:30am (In-Person)

Sunday: 10:00 – 11:30 am (In-Person & simultaneously Virtual)

Sessions led by our Thai Monk Achan Da, or one of our Senior Practitioners.


MEDITATION RETREATS

Retreats are an excellent opportunity to deepen your meditation practice by allowing you to cultivate self-awareness for an extended period of time without distraction. Our retreats are usually led by our ordained Thai Forest Monk Achan Dha, and meditation masters who have been teaching for decades and who practiced under Thai meditation master Luangpor Teean Jittasubho.

While our retreats are conducted mainly in silence, there are also Dhama talks and opportunities for questions and answers.

Upcoming 2022 Retreats *** DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE***:

One-Day Retreats

Planned Dates: September 10, October 8, November 12, December 10

Second Saturday of the month! One-day retreats typically begin at 9:30am and conclude at 4:00pm. Participants should bring along a bag lunch. There is a kitchen and microwave available.

To register, please see our highlighted events. If you do not find the date you are interested in attending, simply email us: info@reddingmeditation.org.