Thank you for supporting the MIAM - To donate :

The accepted payment methods are: credit card OR via a Paypal account
(It is not necessary to have a Paypal account to donate with a credit card)
or by sending a check made out to MPC-IPCAM to
6000 Côte-des-Neiges, Suite 110, Montreal, Qc, H3S 1Z8

COVID-19 - CORONAVIRUS - PLANETARY INTER-BEING

  • ALL the activities of the MPC-IPCAM (evenings, JPC, training) are suspended
    until further notice.
  • In this context, we would very much appreciate your donation!
  • It’s an opportunity to practice, a time to stop, reflect, meditate, look deep inside and out,
    "the truth is to be found in life, in us and everywhere around us ..."
    Be well!

Sangha Building

Building a Sangha is like planting a sunflower. We need to be aware of which conditions will support the flower’s growth and which conditions will obstruct its growth. We need healthy seeds, skilled gardeners, and plenty of sunshine and room to grow. When we engage in Sangha building, the most important thing to remember is that we are doing it together. The more we embrace the Sangha, the more we can let go of the feeling of a separate self. We can relax into the collective wisdom and insights of the Sangha. We can see clearly that the Sangha eyes and hands and heart are greater than that of any individual member of the Sangha.

We have the opportunity to help build our Sangha in every moment, by participating in activities of the Sangha and contributing our energy and insights. To sustain our own practice when we leave the practice center, we need to know how to build a Sangha. Let us be active in establishing connections with those around us. When we realize our true nature of interbeing, we naturally seek to connect with others by sharing our practice and seeking the support and guidance of our fellow practitioners.

Thay instructs us to be energetic in the practice of mindfulness. The past is finished and the future is uncertain, only in the present can we discover the miracle of life. Living in this spirit, we are already valuable members of our Sangha. We will know how to engage in the continuous process of building a refuge for many beings.

Thay encourages us all to be Sangha builders, following the footsteps of the Awakened One, who was a great Sangha builder. When we are able to live and practice in harmony in a small community, we can then share this harmony with the larger Sangha, our family and friends, our co-workers, and our co-practitioners. When there is joy in the practice of Sangha building, then we know that we doing it correctly.

Do not miss :

13 July 2020 - 13:00 : Méditation du lundi PM
13 July 2020 - 19:00 : Méditation du lundi soir
15 July 2020 - 19:00 : Méditation du mercredi
16 July 2020 - 11:00 : Méditation du jeudi MATIN
16 July 2020 - 19:00 : Thursday evening meditation
20 July 2020 - 13:00 : Méditation du lundi PM
20 July 2020 - 19:00 : Méditation du lundi soir
22 July 2020 - 19:00 : Méditation du mercredi
23 July 2020 - 19:00 : Thursday evening meditation
27 July 2020 - 13:00 : Méditation du lundi PM
Just as vegetation is sensible to sunlight, mental formations are sensitive to mindfulness. Mindfulness is the energy that can embrace and transform all mental formations. Mindfulness helps us leave behind "upside-down perceptions" and wakes us up to what is happening.
- Thich Nhat Hanh