Meditation class will live-streamed via Tibet House US Facebook page
Mindfulness meditation can be defined as learning to bring our attention to the present moment by focusing on our breath and simply seeing what arises without bias or judgement. When attention wanders, and we notice, we simply return our attention to the breath.
The benefit of this practice is that we become more synchronized in body and mind, and begin to relate to our world in a less distracted and more wakeful way. By returning our attention to the present, we can actually cut through accumulation of stress and anxiety and develop clarity, strength, and stability in our everyday lives.
Tibet House’s introductory meditation classes were featured in New York Magazine’s top picks (4 stars).
Attendance at previous sessions is not required. Meditation floor mats & traditional western chairs are provided and no special clothing or equipment is necessary.
Tuesdays 6-7PM | April 21 & 28 | Suggested donation: $10 DONATE HERE
Lama Aria Drolma is a formally authorized Buddhist teacher and trained in the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism with over a decade of monastic study and meditation training. She is a graduate of the traditional Tibetan Buddhist Retreat program spanning three years and three months, which is an advanced cloistered meditation training program at Palpung Thubten Choling Monastery, New York.
She is respected as a leading expert in Mindfulness Meditation and has trained extensively in the Dharma Path Program of Mindfulness and Contemplations, at Palpung Thubten Choling Monastery, New York.
Lama Aria Drolma teaches worldwide, leading retreats, workshops and corporate meditation programs and is a popular guest speaker at universities and organizations. She conveys the Vajrayana Buddhism and Buddhist principles, making it relevant in our ever day life, helping us to cultivate loving kindness and compassion and bringing about a transformation of contentment and a genuine sense of well-being.