Introduction to Meditation class

Registration is now open for our 6-week Introduction to Meditation class for Spring 2018. Class begins on Wednesday Feb 7th to March 14th from 6:30 to 8 pm.

What:   Introduction to Meditation class

Where:   Show Me Dharma, 1600 W. Broadway, Columbia Mo

When:   Wednesdays 6:30 to 8 pm, Feb 7th to March 14th

Who:   Led by Terry Furstenau

Cost: Donations (Dana)

Registration is required: Email

Class size is limited to 35. Once registration fills you may be added to a waiting list.

Mindfulness is trending but what does it mean? Meditation has wonderful health benefits, but how does that work? How do I get a meditation practice started and keep it going? These and many other questions will be addressed in this

Because our minds are unique, this class will offer a variety of meditation practices. Plus we will teach you how to work with the common roadblocks to practice. Also the support of a practice group is essential for many people to get a regular practice started.

This class is available to anyone inside or outside Show Me Dharma. It is for people who are new to practice or those who are interested in re-establishing a practice.

Use the links below to download a flyer that you can share with others if appropriate.

Thank you!–

Terry Furstenau

Reach Within to Embrace Humanity




Date and Time:    Friday January 19 at 7:00 pm
Chanting into meditation is based on the yogic practice of raising energy and quickly stopping. The mantras chanted carry a vibration that shifts the consciousness into a broader perspective, as well as releasing the places of holding around the heart. We chant for an extended period, then stop to experience the energy in stillness. Everyone is welcome to enjoy this experience and this community of committed practitioners.

Dakini Day Celebrations Jan 13, 1 pm


Date and Time: Saturday January 13 at 1:00 pm

Location: Show Me Dharma, 1600 West Broadway

Dakini Day is the Tibetan Buddhist monthly celebration of the feminine energy of wisdom embodied in the various female Buddhas such as Tara and Vajrayogini.

This month we will be celebrating Yeshe Tsogyal, the consort and primary interpreter, of Padmasambhava who brought Buddhism to Tibet. Yeshe Tsogyal is considered the Mother of Tibetan Buddhism as Padmasambhava is considered the father.

On Saturday January 13 we will participate in a liturgy or puja honoring Yeshe Tsogyal and then will share a ritual meal. Weather permitting we will have a ceremonial fire outside afterwards.

Please contact Carla Campbell at 449-4848 if you have any questions.