Winter-Spring SCHEDULE (January-May 2020)
Open meditation at Reed will take place nearly every Tuesday, January-May 2020 (and beyond) in the Eliot chapel during the noon hour, 12-1 pm.
Location. All of our sessions will take place in the Eliot chapel. The chapel is located on the 2nd floor of Eliot hall directly above the Admissions office. You can enter from the south (Great) lawn through the ‘Admissions Office’ door facing the lawn, and then go up the stairs to your left to enter the chapel. Or, enter the building through any other door, take stairs to the 2nd floor and enter the chapel through the doors at the west end of the hallway.
Times. You are welcome to meditate at ANY time between 12 and 1. Most of us sit in meditation between 12:10-12:40 (see Bell clock), but feel free to drop by whenever the desire for stillness strikes, sit down for a spell, and leave when you feel you’re ready to move on.
Bell clock. Bells serve as a reminder, a call to awareness. On a college campus, they have traditionally performed another service, as a clock. Because most of us will be fitting meditation into a class/work schedule, half of the noon hour, 12:10-12:40, is organized as a ‘scheduled’ meditation session with bells serving as time markers. Bell (clock) schedule:
- 12:10 – 3 bells
- 12:20 – 1 bell
- 12:30 – 1 bell
- 12:40 – 3 bells
Tentatively remaining dates for January-March, 2020:
- Tuesdays in January, 2020 – all done
- Tuesdays in February, 2020 – all done
- Tuesdays in March, 2020 – 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
- Tuesdays in April, 2020 – 7, 14, 21, 28
- Tuesdays in May, 2020 – 5, 12, 19, 26
Special locations: sessions in blue will be held upstairs from the Reed chapel in Rm. 419.
Get updates. All dates and locations are subject to last-minute change, especially if Alan is traveling. Join our mailing list to receive schedule reminders & updates, or ask Alan (email@example.com) to share the Reed Meditation Google calendar with you so that you can receive automatic reminders.
Questions about our schedule, how we practice, or how to meditate can be sent to Alan Shusterman (firstname.lastname@example.org).