From Magnolia Grove:
Peaceful greetings to you on a cool Fall day. With great happiness we extend an invitation to you and your Sanghas and friends to join our Monastic friends from Magnolia Grove, Sr. Hoc Nghiem (Sr. True Practice), Sr. Boi Nghiem (True Pearl), and Br. Dao Quy for an evening of shared practice via Zoom.
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm Eastern Time (the Zoom meeting opens at 7 pm, please login at 7:15. The formal practice begins at 7:30).
- 7:15 – Sign in and settle in before formal practice begins
- 7:30 – Welcome and introduce Sr. Hoc Nghiem (Sr. True Practice), Sr. Boi Nghiem (True Pearl), and Br. Dao Quy who will facilitate our practice which will include:
- The Evening Chant
- Guided Meditation
- Dharma Talk by Sr. Boi Nghiem
- Questions & Responses with the Monastics
- 9:00 – Goodbyes
Please help us make the best use of our Monastic friends’ time by helping us have a full Zoom house. They feel a lot of support when seeing many Lay friends attending a Zoom practice.
This is a precious opportunity to practice with the four-fold community, so please share this invitation with your Sanghas, and encourage people to register as soon as possible. If registration approaches 100, will consider switching to a Zoom account that can accommodate more people. We are hoping to welcome a LOT of people!
After registration you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Each person who registers will have a spot reserved just for them. If for some reason they can’t attend, please let us know so that we can open this space for another person.
REGISTRATION: Click here to register.
CONTRIBUTION: We deeply appreciate your generosity (Dana) which supports the monastic community as they dedicate their lives to teaching and sharing the art of mindful living with us. Please click here to give, or visit the Thich Nhat Hanh Foundation.
With warm smiles and bows to you from the planning team,
Sr. Boi Nghiem, Magnolia Grove Monastery
Charline Cipriano, the Charlotte Community of Mindfulness
Susan Poulos, Deep River Sangha and the Winston-Salem Community of Mindfulness