Silent Stillness And What Follows

Every practice circle at Annapolis Mindfulness begins with 5 minutes of intentional stillness. It is conducted in complete silence, yet it is reported to be very moving experience for practitioners. Although we know 5 minutes is nothing but a speck of time on the grand scheme of things, these intentionally quiet moments (however short or [...]

Transient World We Live

Despite our various backgrounds, we share one dedication, one simplicity, and one willingness in common. Our desire for peacefulness and happiness lies in our dedication to the practice. We may have good days or bad days but we always maintain our intention to set aside time (whether it is as short as 5 minutes or [...]

Practice Circle

Dialogues are one of the most important sources of learning at Annapolis Mindfulness. Practitioners arrive to the practice 30 minutes early to check in with each other, have some tea, converse, etc. It is in openly sharing what your challenges are or what your insights are with your recent practices that invite the right questions [...]