About this site
Welcome to this gateway to meditation and the Buddhist path. Below, you will find my current teaching schedule and special announcements. Under “Insight Teachings,” on the left navigation bar, I offer recordings of my talks, guided meditations, written meditation help and articles about the dharma.
You’re invited to connect with me and the community by commenting on blog posts. You can also use the Contact form, above, to ask me confidential questions about your practice.
I perform weddings, memorials and other rites of passage, all on a donation basis. See “In Person” for more details. Please use the Contact form to let me know how I can help. Samples of my photography are displayed in the “Galleries.”
This site is dedicated to the well-being of all.
Monday Evenings in Oakland 5:15 – 6:30 pm
Unitarian Church, 685 14th St. (at Castro), 3rd Floor Library. Please arrive in the library by 5:30 pm, when meditation begins and the building door is often locked. We have group discussion, about living mindfully, from 6-6:30, with a brief dharma talk on the first Monday of each month. This is a welcoming, dana-based group. Chairs are available and you’re welcome to bring equipment to sit on the floor. We meet every week unless announced by email. To get our emails, ask to be signed up by using Contact.
Alameda Sangha Sundays, 7 – 8:30 pm
Methodist Church, 2311 Buena Vista Ave. (at Park Street). Two other teachers and I alternate dates leading this welcoming sangha. For more details, see the Alameda Sangha website . I’ll be teaching following dates:
April 9 Practicing with a Smile
April 23 Wise Listening, and Then…
May 28 What’s Good about Difficult Emotions
June 4 The Eightfold Path
East Bay Meditation Center, Sundays, 6 – 7:30 pm
EBEM (Disabilities) Group, for everyone living with limits, illness or differences. See www.eastbaymeditation.org for more information. I’ll be teaching the following dates:
On leave January 1 through June 2017
All teaching is provided on a dana basis. Click here for more information about the ancient practice of dana.