Events List

Events List

Sunday, April 18th
  • 9:25 am - 10:30 am YouTube: Sitting and Talk With Gil Fronsdal
      We are offering IMC's usual Sunday morning sit and talk live, on YouTube and on IMC's website..  The meditation starts at 9:25 and the 30-minute talk starts at 10:00.  
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  • 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm VIA ZOOM: IMC LGBTQueer Sangha with John Martin & bruni dávila

    A zoom meeting on the first and third Sundays of every month (the meeting link will be sent via email).

    The IMC LGBTQueer Sangha is open to all who self-identify as LGBTQIA2S+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and two spirited) or genderqueer or inquiring. This gathering is suitable for both beginners and experienced practitioners within our LGBTQIA2S+ community.  

    Please contact imcqueersangha@gmail.com if you wish to join us online and be added to our e-mail list. A separate message will be sent to you with the Zoom link. 

    Our sangha is peer facilitated with guiding teachers John Martin and bruni dávila. 

    John Martin's biography & bruni dávila's biography
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  • 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Online, for people in their 20s/30s: At Home in the World: Dharma Evenings for people in their 20's and 30's with Devon Hase
    Sunday evenings, 7:30 to 9pm. (except the 2nd Sunday of the month). This weekly group addresses themes relevant to people in their 20s and 30s and includes guided meditations, short dharma talks, and group discussions. We have a friendly and vibrant ongoing community, and those in their 20s/30s are welcome to join us. 


    Zoom link:  https://zoom.us/j/688465676

    Max Erdstein's biography
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Monday, April 19th
  • 7:00 am - 7:45 am YouTube: Sitting and Dharmette with Gil Fronsdal
    YouTube Livestream   |   IMC Website Livestream

    Each weekday morning Gil leads a lightly-guided 30-minute meditation (7-7:30 am) followed by a brief discussion of a dharma topic (7:30-7:45 am).  Each week will be a different topic and each day will be a further exploration of that week's topic.

    This offering is broadcast live (and recorded) on YouTube.  You can access it on the IMC website at  https://www.insightmeditationcenter.org/live-video/  Alternatively, you can also access it directly on YouTube at  https://www.youtube.com/user/insightmed/live.
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  • 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Zoom & YT: Happy Hour: Practicing Loving-Kindness with Nikki Mirghafori
    On Zoom and YouTube (links below): Join us for an hour of gladdening the mind and heart! In these daily offerings we will explore gentle and gradual cultivation and expansion of heart practices, which are known to be both supportive for a mindfulness practice and transformative in their own right. Our hour together includes: a 5-10 min introduction to the week's topic, a 30-minute guided meditation, small-group practice, and discussion and Q/A. All are welcome.

    Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92006340224?pwd=U3dZZVVLWVpaeWtGWHQ5eGg1Lzc0UT09
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    IMC YouTube Channel (Zoom is streamed live on YT concurrently -- no opportunity for small group practice, though): https://youtube.com/c/InsightMeditationCenter

    Support: If you'd like to donate to the teacher or to IMC, you can click here to go to the donations page on the IMC website.  thank you!

    Nikki Mirghafori's Biography
    Diana Clark's Biography

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  • 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm YouTube: Sitting and Talk with Diana Clark
    A guided meditation at 7:30 pm and a dharma talk at 8:00 pm

    The live video is available on IMC's website here

    It is also broadcast live on YouTube here

    (If you'd like to donate to the teacher or to the center, you can visit IMC's donation page here)
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Tuesday, April 20th
  • 7:00 am - 7:45 am YouTube: Sitting and Dharmette with Gil Fronsdal
    YouTube Livestream   |   IMC Website Livestream

    Each weekday morning Gil leads a lightly-guided 30-minute meditation (7-7:30 am) followed by a brief discussion of a dharma topic (7:30-7:45 am).  Each week will be a different topic and each day will be a further exploration of that week's topic.

    This offering is broadcast live (and recorded) on YouTube.  You can access it on the IMC website at  https://www.insightmeditationcenter.org/live-video/  Alternatively, you can also access it directly on YouTube at  https://www.youtube.com/user/insightmed/live.
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  • 8:30 am - 10:00 am Skillful Use of the Buddha's Teachings with David Lorey, Diana Clark, Ying Chen and Kim Allen
    Skillful Use of the Buddha’s Teachings: 
    An Exploration of the Simile of the Snake Sutta (MN 22; Alagaddupama Sutta)   


    with Kim Allen, Ying Chen, Diana Clark and David Lorey

    4 classes in one week:
    Sat Apr 17      8:30-10am PST
    Tues Apr 20   8:30-10am PST
    Thurs Apr 22  8:30-10am PST
    Sat Apr 24      8:30-10am PST

    Challenged by a follower’s misunderstanding and misapplication of his words, the Buddha provides in the Simile of the Snake Sutta a strongly worded presentation of his core teachings of impermanence and not-self. In advice that continues to be relevant to our practice today, the Buddha uses the famous simile of the snake and simile of the raft to explain how to hold and use the teachings.  

    Please join us as we explore this rich sutta, looking more deeply into what the Buddha means when he says: “both formerly and now what I teach is suffering and the cessation of suffering.”  The class will include dharmettes, guided meditations, Q&A, and small group discussion.

     

    Please register here (https://forms.gle/KTeKcENfNAQcGMfU9) to receive the Zoom link and readings. We will be sending some passages to read before the first class.

     Here are two versions of the sutta online:

    ·  Bhikkhu Sujato translation

    ·  Bhikkhu Bodhi translation

     

    The Sati Center’s Study-and-Practice series combines explorations of the discourses from Early Buddhism with ways of applying these teachings to meditation and daily life.

    Taught by four friends who wish to share their love of studying the texts and practicing together with others, the courses focus on either individual suttas or on themes that emerge from a collection of suttas.

    The teaching team is Ying Chen, Kim Allen, David Lorey and Diana Clark.

    The course will be offered via Zoom and is sponsored by the Sati Center.

    If you have any questions, please email practicecourses.saticenter@gmail.com
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  • 9:30 am - 10:45 am CANCELLED TODAY: Zoom: Sitting, Reflection, & Discussion with Andrea Fella
    This class will resume on May 4th.

    We will sit for 30 minutes, followed by a reflection and discussion.

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  • 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Zoom: Happy Hour: Practicing Loving-Kindness with Diana Clark
    On Zoom (link below): Join us for an hour of gladdening the mind and heart! In these daily offerings we will explore gentle and gradual cultivation and expansion of heart practices, which are known to be both supportive for a mindfulness practice and transformative in their own right. Our hour together includes: a 5-10 min introduction to the week's topic, a 30-minute guided meditation, small-group practice, and discussion and Q/A. All are welcome.

    Support: If you'd like to donate to the teacher or to IMC, you can click here to go to the donations page on the IMC website.  thank you!

    Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92006340224?pwd=U3dZZVVLWVpaeWtGWHQ5eGg1Lzc0UT09
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    Diana Clark's Biography
    Nikki Mirghafori's Biography


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  • 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Zoom: Dharma en Español with Andrea Castillo
    Meditación y pláticas de Dharma en español.



    Andrea Castillo is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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    Andrea Castillo's Biografía
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Wednesday, April 21st
  • 7:00 am - 7:45 am YouTube: Sitting and Dharmette with Gil Fronsdal
    YouTube Livestream   |   IMC Website Livestream

    Each weekday morning Gil leads a lightly-guided 30-minute meditation (7-7:30 am) followed by a brief discussion of a dharma topic (7:30-7:45 am).  Each week will be a different topic and each day will be a further exploration of that week's topic.

    This offering is broadcast live (and recorded) on YouTube.  You can access it on the IMC website at  https://www.insightmeditationcenter.org/live-video/  Alternatively, you can also access it directly on YouTube at  https://www.youtube.com/user/insightmed/live.
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  • 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Zoom & YT: Happy Hour: Practicing Loving-Kindness with Nikki Mirghafori
    On Zoom and YouTube (links below): Join us for an hour of gladdening the mind and heart! In these daily offerings we will explore gentle and gradual cultivation and expansion of heart practices, which are known to be both supportive for a mindfulness practice and transformative in their own right. Our hour together includes: a 5-10 min introduction to the week's topic, a 30-minute guided meditation, small-group practice, and discussion and Q/A. All are welcome.

    Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92006340224?pwd=U3dZZVVLWVpaeWtGWHQ5eGg1Lzc0UT09
    Password: metta

    IMC YouTube Channel (Zoom is streamed live on YT concurrently -- no opportunity for small group practice, though): https://youtube.com/c/InsightMeditationCenter

    Support: If you'd like to donate to the teacher or to IMC, you can click here to go to the donations page on the IMC website.  thank you!

    Nikki Mirghafori's Biography
    Diana Clark's Biography

    Zoom dial by phone information:

    Meeting ID: 920 0634 0224
    Passcode: metta
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  • 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Zoom: Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation with Ying Chen
    On Zoom: Basic instructions in mindfulness meditation is taught sequentially in this 5-week course. The course starts with mindfulness of breathing, followed by mindfulness of the body, emotions and thinking and concludes with a discussion on concentration and the application of mindfulness in daily life.  Each class has opportunities for Q&A with teachers.

    This course is taught by Ying Chen. The weekly handouts for the course are available here.

    Ying Chen's biography:

    Ying Chen was born in China and came to US when she was in College. She was exposed to Mahayana Buddhism around 1998. Since 2001, she was drawn to the Theravada tradition through sutta studies with Shaila Catherine and other Chinese dharma teachers and practitioners. Since 2005, she has been practicing primarily under the guidance of Gil Fronsdal. Ying is a graduate of the Sati Center Chaplaincy program and Local Dharma Leader program from Insight Meditation Center led by Andrea Fella and Gil Fronsdal. She currently facilitates the Insight Meditation Center support group for people living with illness, and co-facilitates the Asian Dharma Circle in IMC with Lilu Chen and volunteers at Insight Retreat Center. 

    Join Zoom Meeting by computer:

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Thursday, April 22nd
  • 7:00 am - 7:45 am YouTube: Sitting and Dharmette with Gil Fronsdal
    YouTube Livestream   |   IMC Website Livestream

    Each weekday morning Gil leads a lightly-guided 30-minute meditation (7-7:30 am) followed by a brief discussion of a dharma topic (7:30-7:45 am).  Each week will be a different topic and each day will be a further exploration of that week's topic.

    This offering is broadcast live (and recorded) on YouTube.  You can access it on the IMC website at  https://www.insightmeditationcenter.org/live-video/  Alternatively, you can also access it directly on YouTube at  https://www.youtube.com/user/insightmed/live.
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  • 8:30 am - 10:00 am Skillful Use of the Buddha's Teachings with Diana Clark, Ying Chen, Kim Allen and David Lorey
    Skillful Use of the Buddha’s Teachings: 
    An Exploration of the Simile of the Snake Sutta (MN 22; Alagaddupama Sutta)   


    with David Lorey, Kim Allen, Ying Chen, and Diana Clark

    4 classes in one week:
    Sat Apr 17      8:30-10am PST
    Tues Apr 20   8:30-10am PST
    Thurs Apr 22  8:30-10am PST
    Sat Apr 24      8:30-10am PST

    Challenged by a follower’s misunderstanding and misapplication of his words, the Buddha provides in the Simile of the Snake Sutta a strongly worded presentation of his core teachings of impermanence and not-self. In advice that continues to be relevant to our practice today, the Buddha uses the famous simile of the snake and simile of the raft to explain how to hold and use the teachings.  

    Please join us as we explore this rich sutta, looking more deeply into what the Buddha means when he says: “both formerly and now what I teach is suffering and the cessation of suffering.”  The class will include dharmettes, guided meditations, Q&A, and small group discussion.

     

    Please register here (https://forms.gle/KTeKcENfNAQcGMfU9) to receive the Zoom link and readings. We will be sending some passages to read before the first class.

     Here are two versions of the sutta online:

    ·  Bhikkhu Sujato translation

    ·  Bhikkhu Bodhi translation

     

    The Sati Center’s Study-and-Practice series combines explorations of the discourses from Early Buddhism with ways of applying these teachings to meditation and daily life.

    Taught by four friends who wish to share their love of studying the texts and practicing together with others, the courses focus on either individual suttas or on themes that emerge from a collection of suttas.

    The teaching team is Kim Allen, Ying Chen, Diana Clark and David Lorey.

    The course will be offered via Zoom and is sponsored by the Sati Center.

    If you have any questions, please email practicecourses.saticenter@gmail.com
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  • 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Zoom: Happy Hour: Practicing Loving-Kindness with Diana Clark
    On Zoom (link below): Join us for an hour of gladdening the mind and heart! In these daily offerings we will explore gentle and gradual cultivation and expansion of heart practices, which are known to be both supportive for a mindfulness practice and transformative in their own right. Our hour together includes: a 5-10 min introduction to the week's topic, a 30-minute guided meditation, small-group practice, and discussion and Q/A. All are welcome.

    Support: If you'd like to donate to the teacher or to IMC, you can click here to go to the donations page on the IMC website.  thank you!

    Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92006340224?pwd=U3dZZVVLWVpaeWtGWHQ5eGg1Lzc0UT09
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    Diana Clark's Biography
    Nikki Mirghafori's Biography


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  • 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm Zoom: Sitting and Q&A with Andrea Fella
    A sitting, followed by a short reflection and Q&A.   You are welcome to submit questions in advance at:  Thursday Evening Dharma Questions

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Friday, April 23rd
  • 7:00 am - 7:45 am YouTube: Sitting and Dharmette with Gil Fronsdal
    YouTube Livestream   |   IMC Website Livestream

    Each weekday morning Gil leads a lightly-guided 30-minute meditation (7-7:30 am) followed by a brief discussion of a dharma topic (7:30-7:45 am).  Each week will be a different topic and each day will be a further exploration of that week's topic.

    This offering is broadcast live (and recorded) on YouTube.  You can access it on the IMC website at  https://www.insightmeditationcenter.org/live-video/  Alternatively, you can also access it directly on YouTube at  https://www.youtube.com/user/insightmed/live.
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  • 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Via Zoom: Dharma Inspired Book Group

    Dharma Inspired Book Group. Go to Dharma Friends Website for zoom instructions and directions for free book download.

     

     

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  • 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Zoom & YT: Happy Hour: Practicing Loving-Kindness with Nikki Mirghafori
    On Zoom and YouTube (links below): Join us for an hour of gladdening the mind and heart! In these daily offerings we will explore gentle and gradual cultivation and expansion of heart practices, which are known to be both supportive for a mindfulness practice and transformative in their own right. Our hour together includes: a 5-10 min introduction to the week's topic, a 30-minute guided meditation, small-group practice, and discussion and Q/A. All are welcome.

    Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/92006340224?pwd=U3dZZVVLWVpaeWtGWHQ5eGg1Lzc0UT09
    Password: metta

    IMC YouTube Channel (Zoom is streamed live on YT concurrently -- no opportunity for small group practice, though): https://youtube.com/c/InsightMeditationCenter

    Support: If you'd like to donate to the teacher or to IMC, you can click here to go to the donations page on the IMC website.  thank you!

    Nikki Mirghafori's Biography
    Diana Clark's Biography

    Zoom dial by phone information:

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Saturday, April 24th
  • 8:30 am - 10:00 am Skillful Use of the Buddha's Teachings with Ying Chen, Kim Allen, David Lorey and Diana Clark
    Skillful Use of the Buddha’s Teachings: 
    An Exploration of the Simile of the Snake Sutta (MN 22; Alagaddupama Sutta)   


    with Diana Clark, Kim Allen, Ying Chen and David Lorey

    4 classes in one week:
    Sat Apr 17      8:30-10am PST
    Tues Apr 20   8:30-10am PST
    Thurs Apr 22  8:30-10am PST
    Sat Apr 24      8:30-10am PST

    Challenged by a follower’s misunderstanding and misapplication of his words, the Buddha provides in the Simile of the Snake Sutta a strongly worded presentation of his core teachings of impermanence and not-self. In advice that continues to be relevant to our practice today, the Buddha uses the famous simile of the snake and simile of the raft to explain how to hold and use the teachings.  

    Please join us as we explore this rich sutta, looking more deeply into what the Buddha means when he says: “both formerly and now what I teach is suffering and the cessation of suffering.”  The class will include dharmettes, guided meditations, Q&A, and small group discussion.

     

    Please register here (https://forms.gle/KTeKcENfNAQcGMfU9) to receive the Zoom link and readings. We will be sending some passages to read before the first class.

     Here are two versions of the sutta online:

    ·  Bhikkhu Sujato translation

    ·  Bhikkhu Bodhi translation

     

    The Sati Center’s Study-and-Practice series combines explorations of the discourses from Early Buddhism with ways of applying these teachings to meditation and daily life.

    Taught by four friends who wish to share their love of studying the texts and practicing together with others, the courses focus on either individual suttas or on themes that emerge from a collection of suttas.

    The teaching team is Kim Allen, David Lorey, Diana Clark and Ying Chen.

    The course will be offered via Zoom and is sponsored by the Sati Center.

    If you have any questions, please email practicecourses.saticenter@gmail.com 
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  • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Earthcare: Kindness and Renewal in the Engaged Spiritual Life with Ayya Santussikaa
    A morning to look at kindness, generosity and virtue as key values and practices for renewal this Spring on earth, and in both our inner and outer lives. As Bhikkhu Analayo says, "This is the other side of the coin of the present situation. With all its catastrophic dimensions, it is at the same time also an outstanding opportunity. It is an opportunity to step out of detrimental patterns ingrained in human civilization as it is at present and move to a level of interaction among human beings that gives precedence to the common welfare over the individual benefit." From 'Mindfully Facing Climate Change'. The session will include teachings, meditation and discussion. Participation in breakout groups will be optional. Ayya Santussika's biography: Ayya Santussika is a Theravada bhikkhuni who is trained and practicing in the Thai Forest tradition. Her faith in the Dhamma developed during many visits to monasteries of Ajahn Chah and his disciples in Thailand, America, England, New Zealand and Australia beginning in 1998. In 2012, she received full ordination as a bhikkhuni and founded Karuna Buddhist Vihara, where she currently lives, located in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Boulder Creek, California. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88545896568?pwd=WkNUeGJqOGpKMmpjTUZMM2J2QVowdz09 Meeting ID: 885 4589 6568 Passcode: 696797
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