Lucinda Green, Ph.D. will lead Meditation Retreat in Bucks County on “CULTIVATING CONCENTRATION & INSIGHT” in a historic Quaker meetinghouse in Bucks County, Pennsylvania – The Buddhist Sangha of Bucks County, a community open to all levels of interest in meditation and Buddhism, will be sponsoring a one day retreat on Saturday, April 27th, 2019 from 9 AM-3 PM at the Makefield Friends Meeting House located at 877 Dolington Road in Newtown, PA.
The weekend meditation retreat theme will be “CULTIVATING CONCENTRATION & INSIGHT” Learn techniques to develop deeper concentration including insight practice. The day of practice will be spent in noble silence including periods of instruction, sitting, walking, meditation and Q &A. The day will proceed with a combination of silence, Meditation, instruction and direct experience. There is a suggested donation of $15. All are welcome despite ability to donate. For those wishing to delve deeper with Lucinda, private sessions will be available on the following day, April 28. The sessions will be at a tranquil private setting nearby in historic home situated on 80 acres with walking paths and bench lined streams available for contemplative integration. Contact: email@example.com for information & scheduling.
If you want to get a glimpse of Lucinda Green in action be sure to attend the Buddhist Sangha at the Yardley Friends Meetinghouse for a Skype presentation featuring Dr. Green on Monday, April 8th. She will focus on her “Enlightenment Deck” to lead and inspire Dharma engagement and group discussion. The 80 card deck provides brief explanations of Buddhist terms accessible to anyone as well as delightful corresponding images. Meditation will begin at 7pm. Presentation will start at 8 p.m.
Lucinda Green, Ph.D. is a psychotherapist and founder of Rocky Mountain Insight in Colorado Springs, Colorado where she teaches Buddhist Dharma and trains in Vipassana meditation. She is a pioneer in the fields of mind/body integrative psychotherapy, complementary medicine and spiritual growth. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Buddhist Sangha of Bucks County
The Buddhist Sangha of Bucks County is a community (sangha) that practices Buddhism, provides meditation instruction and community service in a manner consistent with the teachings of the Buddha. The Sangha is open to everyone who wishes to learn about meditation and/or Buddhism. To learn more, please visit www.buddhistsangha.com or contact: email@example.com