Morning Meditations

  Morning Meditations

Whether you desire accountability for your practice, hope to create a daily meditation routine, or want to feel the support of meditating with others, Namchak is offering a great opportunity to steady and deepen your practice in all of these ways.   

Namchak staff will host morning meditations each weekday starting at 8 am PT/ 9 am MT/ 10 am CT/ 11 am ET (no sessions on the weekends at this time).

Each drop-in meditation on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, will last for 20 minutes and will begin promptly on the hour, starting with an inspirational quote and intention setting for each session. The format will be ‘open meditation,’ so you are welcome to sit in Shamata, Vipassana, Tonglen, Round-Robin, or any other meditation you feel accustomed to.   

For a limited amount of time on Tuesdays and Thursdays, we will offer guided meditations with Justin Kirkwood. Justin will be available for an hour and will set the stage for several short (5-15 minute) Shamata meditations. To be clear, we will not be meditating the entire time and you do not have to stay for the full hour. There will be opportunity to ask Justin questions throughout the session. If you recently attended the Shamata or Vipassana retreats, this is a great opportunity to continue your practice.  

You do not need to commit to attending all sessions, and are welcome to drop in whenever it works for you by clicking on the link below. We look forward to seeing you there! 

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Meditation Sit Schedule: Monday through Friday 

Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays: 20-minute non-guided session

Tuesdays & Thursdays: 1-hour several short (5-15 minute) guided practices 

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