Join us on Thursday, December 29, 2016 for a Dutch treat dinner together at Jerusalem Mediterranean Restaurant after Christmas when our schedules are hopefully less crowded. Whether you’re plugged into the meditation group now or in the past, it’s a great night to visit and share.
Jerusalem Mediterranean Restaurant
3770 Monroe Hwy
Pineville, LA 71360
Cenla Meditation Group, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has been supporting mindful living through meditation and community for over four years. We provide:
- Weekly group meditation instruction and practice
- Weekly book study for enrichment
- Weekly Refuge Recovery group to offer a mindfulness-based approach to recovery from addiction
- Regional retreats and workshops
- Professional development through CEU workshops and training for healthcare providers and students
- Community engagement to support the arts and social justice
Aside from a modest fee to cover the cost of retreats, all of the services provided are offered completely FREE. We rely on the timeless practice of Dāna, the practice of generosity. In addition to the weekly services we provide we use financial donations to offer scholarships to our retreats and workshops, purchase books and supplies, and provide outreach to our community. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to support mindful living in our community.
Checks can be made payable and mailed to:
Cenla Meditation Group, Inc.
414 Grant Dr.
Ball, LA 71405
Lyndon Marcotte, Director
We begin discussing a new book today at 5pm at Tamp & Grind. Today we will cover the introduction of “Wake Up: the Life of the Buddha” by Jack Kerouac and work on a reading plan for the book. Grab the ebook or join us for the intro to see if you’re interested. The discussion is always free. The coffee and tea are excellent.
We are starting a new book – Wake Up – A Life of the Buddha by Jack Kerouac.
No book club this Sunday – this will give everyone time to get the book, and start reading. We will resume October 16th. #dharma #buddha #book
We are now live streaming our weekly meditation practice on Facebook. Here’s a link to this week’s practice:
The book study is postponed today due to the holiday weekend. Join us next Sunday at 5pm at Tamp & Grind for Chapter 3 of “No Mud, No Lotus” by Thich Nhat Hanh.
The book study group begins a new book this Sunday, May 22, 2016, No Mud, No Lotus: The Art of Transforming Suffering by Thich Nhat Hanh. Read one chapter during the week and attend the discussion at Tamp & Grind each Sunday afternoon. Free to attend. Join anytime.