“Yesterday is already gone. Tomorrow is not yet here. Today is the only day available to us; it is the most important day of our lives.”  

Thich Nhat Hanh

Our Sangha is a community of people practicing mindful living together in order to bring about and to maintain awareness. Our gatherings are an opportunity for practicing together joyfully. Aware that our speech and actions can help our brothers and sisters practice more deeply, we hold ourselves to a high standard of mindfulness. We practice with sincerity and respect for the teachings and practice as they have been transmitted to us by our teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh and his students. We are also open to teachings of mindfulness wherever they may come from and welcome any practices or cultural traditions that are healthy and wholesome.

 

We seek to cultivate the deep and rich diversity, in all aspects, that are found in our community. We aspire to make all people who seek to practice feel welcome and supported and to help them succeed on their path of practice. We seek to take actions to eliminate barriers, whether they are physical, economic, cultural, or attitudinal to the practice. As sangha members we all seek to diversify our relationships, commit to open-mindedness toward other points of view, examine our own beliefs and actions, and increase the compassion in how we live our lives and understand each other.

Our Meetings

Sunday

The Yoga Underground

1:30 PM to 3:00 PM

936 E 450 N, Provo

Format

Welcome
20 minutes
Meditation
20 minutes
Dharma Discussion
30 minutes

Details

Details

Visitors are very common and very welcome. We don't assume anyone's "done this" before, and we have a printed program that will outline what we do. Dress comfortably if you'd like to join us on provided cushions for meditation--or just relax on a folding chair. Our meeting is in three parts: First we reconnect as a Sangha (community), then we meditate for about 20 minutes, and this is often guided so no background is necessary. Lastly, after a short break for stretching, we close with a conversation about some aspect of mindful living.  

FAQ

If you still have questions please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
“I have arrived. I am home. In the here. In the now. I am solid. I am free. In the ultimate I dwell.” 

Thich Nhat Hanh

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