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  • I’m interested in volunteering in South Florida prisons, I have plenty experience working in the prison system. With kindness, Ms. Scott

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  • It seems the above groups almost exclusively teach Buddhist meditation. We do meditation-based classes in South Florida correctional facilities and incorporate in a harmonious way a variety of modalities. This further allows the individual to gravitate to what syncs for them.

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  • This is my field of practice in the Florida prison system. My job was in re-entry as a Senior Substance Abuse Counselor, and my teaching and counseling method was entwined with the dharma, and I taught meditation classes, they loved. I witnessed so many miracles where many felt for the first time the seed of the bliss of their Buddha Nature! This is what made my job worthwhile, and I give all the merits I receive to those suffering in living Hell on Earth!

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  • Thank you for these wonderful resources, I am starting my orientation tomorrow to teach meditation in penitentiaries in Canada. I am glad to have fallen on this page with all its great resources and information. Glad also that I found such a wonderful sangha that will help throughout my work with the inmates! May all beings be free from suffering!

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  • Do you still offer meditation in the NH State Prison? And how would a prisoner there access this service? This is very important to someone currently there.

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    • I don’t personally, but there are still classes going on there. Your inmate contact should check to see the Chapel schedule. I believe it’s still Thursday afternoons and Saturday mornings.

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