Group feeds mindfulness with sangha meditation
Jessica Murri, The Montana Kaimin:
Nicole Dunn walked to the public library after work and waited for her husband to pick her up. It was sangha night, and Dunn looked forward to the group meditation all day.
Dunn hated being late. She paced in front of the library, seething about her husband’s tardiness. She grew more frustrated thinking about missing sangha, and she felt herself getting carried away by stress.
She stopped, sat on a bench and looked at the blue sky. It was a beautiful day. She felt like she could hear the day telling her, “Just enjoy me.” She felt…