Whether you desire accountability for your meditation 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.
Each weekday morning starting at 8 am PT/ 9 am MT/ 10 am CT/ 11 am ET Namchak community members will come together to meditate. Hosted by volunteer members of our Sangha, these morning meditations are a chance to start each day with a dose of Dharma.
These drop-in meditations 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.
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!
How to attend the Morning Meditation?
Sign into your Zoom account and use the link below to access the meditation room. We ask all partcipants to practice Nobile Silence, and invite you to send the meeting link to friends, family, and loved ones.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meditation Sit Schedule: Monday through Friday. 20-minute non-guided session. Starting at 8 am PT/ 9 am MT/ 10 am CT/ 11 am ET
Interested in hosting the Morning Meditation? You can sign-up to host as many or as little practices as you would like. This is a great way to get more involved within our Sangha, create accountability within your practice, and as Lama Tsomo likes to say, engage in Personal, Community, and World.
Volunteer to Host the Morning Meditation here or use the link below.
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