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Virtual Zendo

While we are closed during the corona-virus outbreak, we are opening a virtual zendo. We are hosting online sits led by Mountain Cloud jikis at all our normal sitting times. Please join us and connect with each other online. To participate in these virtual sits on your computer/tablet or other device, use this link….  sit.mountaincloud.org The virtual […]

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Dharma Talk and Q&A with Henry: Sunday March 29

This Sunday March 29, Henry will be offering an online talk with question/answer period. Tune in for sitting at…. 10am Mountain Time 9am Pacific Time 12pm Eastern Time Henry’s talk will begin about 10:30am. Join this San Diego/Encinitas Zoom Meeting by clicking this link at the designated time…. https://zoom.us/j/916614568?pwd=czRQbU1WUU92ZEVDL1FJR0NqNUpyQT09 Meeting ID: 753 066 874 Password: […]

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Spring Sesshin

Mountain Cloud just finished its weeklong spring sesshin. 43 of us sat in the packed zendo while around us the US caught up with the rest of the world in its precautions against the coronavirus. We were settled deep and true in the dhamma, under the guidance of Valerie Forstman Roshi, along with Henry.

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em012820a/jnorth/Starting second from left, Emery Munn, Mateo Martinez, Brooke Roll, Asahel Chavez and other second graders in Zelda Sanchez's and Bart Ramey's classes sit listening for the sound of a metal bowl to fade. This is one of the mindfulness exercizes students at Atalaya Elementary were doing Tuesday, January 28, 2020.  (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Learning Peace of Mind: By T.S Last / Journal North Editor / about RGMI Partner Schools.

Published / February 9, 2020. Used with the permission of The Journal North. Students in Zelda Sanchez and Bart Ramey’s second-grade classes at Atalaya Elementary School were asked to close their eyes and then raise their hands when the soundwaves emitting from a metal singing bowl had settled and there was nothing left to hear. […]

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