Unless noted, the following events are held at the House of Meditation - Harrisburg:
New Bi-Weekly Buddhist Book Studies begin on Thursday August 18th at 6:30 p.m. at the House of Meditation. The first book will be Alan Watts "The Wisdom of Insecurity."
We will also be hosting a bi-weekly spirituality book talk at the Midtown Scholar Book Store starting on Thursday August 25th at 6:30 p.m. The first book will be J.D. Salinger's "Catcher in the Rye."
Both book groups will be facilitated by the Rev. David Mihan (Shuso) of the Order of the Dragonfly.
Free with Dana (donations) always welcome
Monday Liturgy, Meditation and Dharma Talk at 6:30 p.m.
Please contact us at email@example.com, www.mindfullivingtoday.com or (717) 671-5057 for further information on these or any other events at The House of Meditation. We wish you peace.
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The Blue Mountain Lotus Society (BMLS) is a non-profit organization devoted to sharing the universal teachings of the Buddha in the 21st century. While having roots in the Buddhist traditions of Asia, it is a distinctly contemporary form.
Sensei Anthony Stultz is the Founder and Director of the Blue Mountain Lotus Society and The Center for Mindful Living and Zen Arts. With over two decades of experience as a Buddhist teacher and counselor, he has served as the director of the Cambridge Zen Group, and was a leader of the Harvard Buddhist Fellowship.
The House of Meditation is a serene space for the BMLS events as well as the offices for the Center for Mindfulness Counseling. It is a beautiful and comforting home for our sangha and students.