Hour of Operation
Sunday : 8.30 am – 10.30 am 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Monday : 8.30 am – 10.30 am 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Thursday : 8.30 am – 10.30 am 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Friday : 8.30 am – 10.30 am 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Saturday : 8.30 am – 10.30 am 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm
Brake time: 10.30 am – 1.00 pm
Closes: Tuesday Wednesday
Hour of Operation Meditation
Saturday: 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Sunday: 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
NMR Meditation Center Schedule
Please arrive 9 minutes early for Meditation.
Please wear white cloth colors to the NMR Meditation.
Please do not wear shorts and sleeveless tops.
04:00 AM Wake up / Practice
Taking the Eight Precepts
06:00 AM Morning chanting.
07:00 AM Morning breakfast
08:00-11:00 AM Practice Meditation
11:00 AM Lunch break
01:-05:00 PM Practice Meditation
05:00 PM Break / drink “Nam Pana” / Take a bath
06:00-09:00 PM Evening chanting and Practice Meditation
09:00 PM Rest by contented with eyes, ears, nose, tongue body and mind
3.30 AM Bell (wake up call)
4.00 AM Morning chanting
Sitting meditation, walking meditation
5.30 AM Practice Meditation breathing exercise.
7.00 AM Breakfast for all practioners.
8.30 AM Walking meditation
9.00 AM Sitting meditation
9.30 AM Walking meditation
10.00 AM Sitting meditation
10.45 AM Spread loving-kindness & break
11.00 AM Lunch break for all
01.00 PM Walking meditation
02.00 PM Sitting meditation
03:00 PM Dhamma Talk
04.00 PM. Closing Practice Meditation
Disrobing/leaving from the Eight Precepts
And taking the five Precepts
Meditation schedule is as follow:-
January 29th-30th-31st, February 26th -27th-28th , March 25th-26th-27th, April 22nd -23rd -24th , May 27th -28th -29th, June 24th– 25th-26th, July 29th -30th– 31st, August 26th-27th-28th, September 23rd-24th -25th, October 28th-29th -30th, November 25th-26th-27th, December 30th-31st , 2016 and January 1st , 2017
We welcome everyone to join our Meditation program.
Where Science Ends
Science can give no assurance herein. But Buddhism can meet the atomic challenge, because the supramundane knowledge of Buddhism begins where science leaves off. And this is clear enough to anyone who has made study of Buddhism. For, through Buddhist meditation, the atomic constituents making up matter have been seen and felt, and the sorrow or unsatisfactoriness(or Dukkha), of their “arising and passing away” (dependent on causes) has made itself with what we call a ‘soul’ or ‘atma’ the illusion of Sakkayaditthi, as it has called in the Buddha’s teaching.
Egerton C. Baptist,
in “Supreme Science of Buddhism”
For more information
Call. 508-823-1800, 508-823-5069 Fax. 508- 823-1775