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Foundations of Mindfulness Meditation: a Primer for Interested Meditators with Ursula Munroe

These group sessions aim to guide participants through the foundational concepts and techniques of mindfulness meditation.  

 

From the practical “nuts and bolts” to the profound, we will explore the  intersections of the roots of early Buddhist teachings and current meditative practices.

The course spans four weeks, each weekly session lasting 1 ½  hours. This duration allows participants to gradually immerse themselves in the practice, reinforcing the principles learned each week.

Each session will typically include guided meditation, reflection/teaching, and small and whole group discussion.

 

The series is appropriate for new meditators as well as those interested in refreshing their practice.  Attendance at each session is recommended but not required.

 

Questions? Please contact Ursula at umunro@mac.com.

 

Register here.


Ursula Munro teaches mindfulness meditation and compassion-based practices in the Vipassana tradition to help people quiet their minds and live with increased ease along the path of liberation. She has been practicing meditation for 12 years and is a graduate of the two-year Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program with Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield. She is certified through the  Awareness Training Institute and the Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley.  

 

Where: SerenityMe

                449 Forest Avenue

                Second Floor (Suite 210)

                Portland, ME  04101


When: March 11, 18, 25 and April 1st at 6:00-7:25 pm

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