Intimately tied to the Heart Practices of the brahmavihāras (loving-kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity) is the practice of Forgiveness Meditation.
Serenity Insight Liberation
Dedicated to freely offering mindfulness and loving-kindness practices to cultivate serenity and insight leading to “The Heart’s Sure Release” - liberation.
Regardless of faith or background, all people are welcome.
New to Mindfulness?
We have many resources to help you along your journey. Our next 4 Week Introduction to Mindfulness course that starts on October 28 is full with a waitlist. For more more info about the course see, http://buffalodharma.org/class/autumn-2015-mindfulness-course. We hope to have another introduction course in 2016. You can also download our Mindfulness Toolkit to get an overview of the spiritually of mindfulness, http://buffalodharma.org/toolkit#. Internet resources and recommended books can be found here, http://buffalodharma.org/resources.
Let us know what areas of practice or need you are focusing on and we'll help point you in the right direction. Bhante U Jotika, a Burmese Theravada Monk of Serenity Insight Meditation Center in Asheville, NC, has agreed to field questions from the Buffalo Sangha about Dharma practice. Check out our "Ask a Monk" section and ask Bhante a question about your meditation practice, http://buffalodharma.org/content/ask-monk. Also use this page to submit a request for a Skype session with Bhante.