Sunday Programs

SUNDAY PROGRAMS
Every Sunday at the Nyingma Institute!

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Morning Meditation
9-9:45 AM
An opportunity to deepen your meditation practice and to introduce your friends or family to the benefits of Nyingma meditation. Each session includes brief meditation instruction followed by silent sitting. You are welcome to attend any Sunday session. No pre-registration or prior experience necessary.
Cost: $5. Free to currently enrolled students.

Kum Nye
10 AM to Noon
Discover the gentle movement exercises of Kum Nye: effective techniques for relaxation, healing, relieving tension, and revitalizing body and mind. Both experienced and beginning students are welcome to attend this drop-in class. To view the Nyingma Institute Kum Nye (Tibetan Yoga) video, click here
Cost: $15. Free to students in the Institute's Certificate Programs.

Tibetan Chanting
5-5:45 PM
The practice of mantra enables us to restore a natural balance and harmony in our lives. When we chant a mantra, we are free to transcend habitual reflexes. The sound of mantra can still the mind and senses, relax the body, and connect us with natural healing energy. - Tarthang Tulku, Hidden Mind of Freedom.
Every Sunday we invite the public to join us for almost an hour of Tibetan chanting and meditation.
Free.

Sunday Talks
6-7 PM
A talk on Nyingma teachings is presented by a Nyingma Institute faculty member or visiting scholar. Topics and dates are listed below.
Free.

2014 July Talks

July 27: Hugh Joswick on “Finding Inner Silence.”
The serenity of meditation can easily be disturbed by the inner voices of thoughts. Some thoughts seem to be random associations or daydreams. Other thoughts may seem more important, evaluating our meditation or solving problems. This talk by meditation instructor Hugh Joswick will address ways to relax and dissolve the thoughts that interrupt peaceful meditation.

Please feel free to contact us at (510) 809-1000 or email us at nyingma-institute@nyingma.org.