Synchronicity of Meditation

Earlier this month, I started reading Mindfulness in Plain English by Bhante Henepola Gunaratana.  The book is basically a practical manual on practice of mindfulness meditation (vipassana aka insight meditation).  I have been doing this meditation at least daily, sometimes twice daily since ordering the book.

Over the weekend while driving through the local downtown center, I noted a sign for a new yoga studio and their web address. Today, I logged onto the website and noticed they have a monthly class on meditation. Upon further inspection of the details, the class is taught by a monk from Sri Lanka teaching Theravada Buddhism, the tradition in which vipassana meditation is generally associated with.

I have pre-registered for the hour and a half course on meditation.

Synchronicity?

Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events that are apparently causally unrelated occurring together in a meaningful manner. To count as synchronicity, the events should be unlikely to occur together by chance. — Wikipedia

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One Response to Synchronicity of Meditation

  1. mrinal desai says:

    hi ,
    i follow your taichi blog since i practise chen style taichi.

    i also practise vipassana meditation.

    here is the tradition where i learnt it :

    http://www.dhamma.org

    i dont know which part of the world you are in but they have centres in quite a few places.

    these two practises feed each other and changed my life.

    hope this helps you.

    metta,
    mrinal

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