Insight Dialogue Group  begins October 2

Insight Dialogue Group led by Donna Strickland
 Begins October 2
Meeting Time: Alternating Mondays beginning October 2 from 7:15-8:45 pm
Location: Show Me Dharma, 1600 West Broadway
Cost: This group is offered on a dana (voluntary donation) basis
To Register: Please email Donna at  

Insight Dialogue, developed by Gregory Kramer, is an interpersonal meditation practice based in the wisdom teachings of the Buddha. It has the same purposes and traditional roots as silent meditation: developing mindfulness, compassion and liberating insight while investigating present moment experience. The foundation of Insight Dialogue is a whole-life vision of the spiritual path: every moment of our lives is part of our path, so our meditation should include both interpersonal and individual practices. The roots of suffering run deep; to dissolve them we fully meet all things-including other people-with alertness and care. (from

In this six-week session, we will experientially explore the six guidelines of Insight Dialogue together. Each session will include a period of silent meditation, a period of instruction, and in-depth practice of Insight Dialogue in pairs and larger groups. Everyone is welcome. Previous meditation experience is recommended, but not required. Practitioners with recent Insight Dialogue experience are welcomed to drop in as able.

About the facilitator: Donna Strickland has practiced Insight Dialogue since her first retreat with Gregory Kramer in 2006. She has benefited from numerous retreats with him and other senior ID teachers over the last decade. In addition to Insight Dialogue, Donna has practiced Insight Meditation since 2004 and has most recently been mentored by Gloria Taraniya Ambrosia. Her teachers locally have included Ginny Morgan and Phil Jones. In 2012, she completed a certificate in Mindfulness for Educators at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies. She has taught classes in Mindful Writing and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction at the University of Missouri.


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