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Roswell Insight Meditation Community

Welcome to the Roswell Insight Meditation Community! We are a teacher led community dedicated to cultivating greater understanding, compassion, and wisdom, through the teachings of the Buddha. We practice in the tradition of Insight Meditation or Vipassana, which teaches methods for opening the heart and mind, and seeing more clearly into the true nature of our interconnected existence. We welcome practitioners from diverse spiritual and secular traditions. It is not necessary to become a “Buddhist” to participate in our community, and our tradition emphasizes our shared potential for Awakening, rather than following a fixed system of beliefs. 


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Dear members,
Roswell Insight would like to invite you to join us virtually through Zoom on Monday nights at 7:00 pm. We will have a sitting meditation, Dharma talk, discussion/Q&A, loving kindness and announcements will follow. A typical night using this format would end about 8:30 or 8:45.​ 

To Attend: join the meeting on Monday nights at 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88533121195?pwd=ZWI1RHYxMHpldVRlTFF0TnhQMVJ3dz09


Monday, April 26th - Guest Speaker - The Buddha and the Devil, Rev. Mikey Noechel

To send dana to Mikey Noeschel: his Venmo is: @MikeyNoechel  or  his cash app is $MikeyNoechel or by check to Mikey Noechel c/o Wild Heart Meditation Center, 3123 Gallatin Pike, Nashville, TN. 37216

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Canceled: Sunday, May 2nd - Half Day Retreat hosted by Mark and Veletta

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Monday, May 3rdLisa Story - The Wanting Mind, Part 2


Monday, May 10th - Mark Gebert - Nonviolence Through of Purity of Heart on the Path of Awakening - Part 6, Choosing Love Instead of Hate


During this period of "Together, Yet Apart" our resolve must be even stronger to commit to a daily practice which, as we have often said, is for all sentient beings. With additional time likely spent away from work and others it may be the perfect time for us to continue to sit "together, yet apart" or even strengthen our practice.


During these days of stress, concern and social (physical) distancing it is important that we do not become disconnected. It is also an important time to reconnect with those in isolation or in need.
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