Category Archives: Path of Mindful Activity

Join Us for Quarterly Practice Day!

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Sunday, 23 April 2017 6:00am–6:00pm Nalanda West Nalandabodhi Seattle is hosting its Quarterly Practice Day on Sunday, 23 April 2017. As it falls on a Sunday this quarter, the morning silent meditation and lunch are also open to the public (6:00am–2:00pm). All other practices are for sangha members only. What a precious opportunity we have […]

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Introduction to the Path of Mindful Activity

Six Thursday evenings at Nalanda West March 9 through April 13, 2017 7:00–8:30pm This series is designed to help you integrate the fruits of study and practice into your daily life, and to explore the ways in which our activities can help us better understand the relevance of what we are learning in our studies and […]

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PoMA: Meal for Tent City #5

Our Nalandabodhi sangha has been given an opportunity to prepare and serve an evening meal to the residents of Tent City #5 (Interbay) on Sunday, February 12. We are pleased to present this opportunity for sangha members to extend their practice “off the cushion” and have arranged a couple different ways for you to contribute. […]

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Support Warm Feet

Saturday, December 10, 2016 Join us in a PoMA Activity event distributing socks to the homeless: 10 AM — Talk and meditation on“Generosity and the Three Spheres” by Carmen Rumbaut 11 AM — Distribute socks to homeless 2 PM — Return to Nalanda West for debriefing, warm drinks, snacks and meditation Ways to participate: Contribute […]

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One Common Thing

written by Diane Brooks Organized chaos prevails every Friday afternoon in the sprawling basement of Seattle’s University Temple United Methodist Church. Homeless denizens of the University District fill the high-ceilinged space, a much-appreciated refuge from the cold, drizzly winter weather. Volunteers hand out sandwiches and hot coffee; men and women await their turns for a […]

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