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Dharma talk live streaming from the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. If you wish to support us: https://www.insightmeditationcenter.org/donateW.


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Mei Elliott is a Dharma teacher in the Theravada Buddhist tradition, who practices at the intersection between Zen and Vipassana. Mei began training as a Zen monk at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center in 2014, and has spent eight years living at Zen temples and monasteries. She most recently served as the director of San Francisco Zen Center and the.


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Mei Elliott is currently the director of San Francisco Zen Center's City Center temple, where she lives and practices. Mei began meditating in 2004 and entered into residential monastic training at Tassajara Zen Monastery in 2014, where she received lay ordination from Linda Galijan. She has since spent seven years training residentially at.


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Mei Elliott: Sometimes considered the crown jewel of Buddhist practice, equanimity allows us to remain centered and peaceful, even within troubling circumstances. Through the development of insight, the equanimous mind is unshakable and balanced- helping us to keep our footing regardless of the difficulties that may come our way.


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Mei Elliott is currently the director of San Francisco Zen Center's City Center temple, where she lives and practices. Mei began meditating in 2004 and entered into residential monastic training at Tassajara Zen Monastery in 2014. She has since spent seven years training residentially at San Francisco Zen Center temples.


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Mei Elliott has been practicing meditation since 2004. In 2014, Mei entered into residential monastic training at Tassajara Zen Monastery where she received lay ordination from Linda Galijan.. Mei is currently training as an Insight teacher with James Baraz and is a participant in Gil Fronsdal and Andrea Fella's four-year Dharma teacher.


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Attendees are encouraged to reigster for one or all of the folowing sessions: - iPause Guided practice #4 Practicing with the Emptiness of Self with Mei Elliott, on Oct. 27 - Interactive Workshop: The Paramita Pyramid: Practices for Cultivating Wisdom and Compassion with Mei Elliott and Kodo Conlin, on Oct. 28 - iPause Guided practice #5.


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Mei Elliott. Mei Elliott is a Dharma teacher in the Theravada Buddhist tradition, who practices at the intersection between Zen and Vipassana. Mei began training as a Zen monk at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center in 2014, and has spent eight years living at Zen temples and monasteries. During this time she served as the director of San Francisco.


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00:00 Guided Meditation29:32 DharmetteDharma talk live streaming from the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. If you wish to support us: https://w.


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Mei Elliott explores the fifth hindrance, Doubt, in her insightful blog post on meditation essentials. She delves into the challenges faced by individuals when Doubt arises during their meditation practice and provides valuable guidance on overcoming it. By shedding light on the nature of Doubt and offering effective strategies, Mei empowers.


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Mei Elliott. Mei Elliott has been practicing meditation since 2004. In 2014, Mei entered into residential monastic training at Tassajara Zen Monastery where she received lay ordination from Linda Galijan. She has since spent seven years training residentially at San Francisco Zen Center temples. She is currently the director of San Francisco.


Mei Elliott "When I think about Compassion" on Vimeo

January 9, 2024 Mei Elliott. Mei Elliott: When difficulty arises, it's common to lean on the time-honored advice to practice letting go. Yet the capacity to let go often seems to be out of our control and proves to be more challenging than we'd like. How can we learn to release our difficulties gracefully and in what ways can the Dharma support.


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Mei Elliott is a Dharma teacher in the Theravada Buddhist tradition, who practices at the intersection between Zen and Vipassana. Mei began training as a Zen monk at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center in 2014, and has been living at Zen temples ever since.


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During this meditation, participants will be guided through a simple practice that points to the selfless nature of present moment experience. This workshop is part of a five-session series on Buddhist teachings offered by Mei Elliott and Kodo Conlin as part of the annual Stanford Contemplaion by Design Summit. Attendees are encouraged to reigster for one or all of the following sessions.


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Mei Elliott has been practicing meditation since 2004. In 2014, Mei entered into residential monastic training at Tassajara Zen Monastery where she received lay ordination from Linda Galijan. She has since spent seven years training residentially at San Francisco Zen Center temples. She currently lives and practices at San Francisco Zen Center.