Meditation Centers Silver Spring MD

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Shambhala Center of Washington DC
(301) 588-7020
8719 Colesville Road, Suite 210
Silver Spring, MD
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Tibetan Shambhala

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Phramaha Thanat Center
(301) 871-8660
13440 Layhill Rd.
Silver Spring, MD
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Vipassana

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Still Water Mindfulness Practice Center
(301) 270-8353
6814 Westmoreland Avenue
Takoma Park, MD
Specialty
Zen / Thich Nhat Hanh

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Washington Mindfulness Community
(301) 681-1036
PO Box 11168
Takoma Park, MD
Specialty
Zen

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Spirit Mountain Temple
(301) 424-6575
Eternal Spring Association
Rockville, MD
Specialty
Zen

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Wat Thai, D.C Thai Buddhist information Center
(301) 871-8660
13440 Layhill Rd.
Silver Spring, MD
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Theravada Buddhist

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Ka Shin Zendo - Zen Buddhist Center of Washington DC
(202) 829-1966
7006 East Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD
Specialty
Zen

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Bubjusa Buddhist Temple
(301) 924-5050
17001 Woodale Drive
Silver Spring, MD
Specialty
Zen

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Bethesda MD Kadampa Buddhist Center
(202) 294-8156
Postal address: 4200 Wisconsin Ave., NW, PMB #106-306
Washington D.C., DC
Specialty
Kadampa Buddhism

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Dae Do Sah Zen Group
Rockville, MD
Specialty
Zen - Kwan Um

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Simple Meditation Technique

Simple meditation to start your day!

Every morning you can try out this simple meditation routine to free you mind and start your day with a  fresh mind.

  1. Sit cross-legged on the floor.
  2. Place your hands on the knees with index finger and thumb together as in yoga mudra . The palms should be facing up.
  3. Straighten your spine and tuck your chin in.
  4. Now slowly close your eyes.
  5. Mentally relax your knees and hips. Feel your sitting bones on the floor and your head lifted up towards the sky.
  6. Relax your shoulders, neck and face.
  7. Focus on your breath and let yourself  free of any thoughts.
  8. Hold this posture for 20 -30 deep breaths.
  9. Open your eyes slowly.

You will get an amazing sense of relaxation. Go on, you are all ready to face the world!

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