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Introducing the Integrated Meditation Program

If you are ready to transform patterns that meditation hasn’t shifted, embrace a life filled with love, joy, and peace, and unlock the true benefits that meditation is meant to bring, join Amma Thanasanti for this exploration. She will describe the life-changing impacts she has experienced and some of her student's experiences from attachment repair work, the principles of the Integrated Mediation program, and the hypotheses behind it.

Join us in person at 2929 24th street
OR online via Zoom: (password: 108108)
or 301-715-8592 to join by phone. Meeting ID: 545 039 806

Amma has been meditating for over four decades. As a former Buddhist nun of 26 years and a Dharma teacher for over 25, she had extensive meditation training in the Ajahn Chah tradition. Despite the transformative experiences, a persistent core belief of unworthiness and an underlying sadness and basic fear remained. She will outline the 3-pillars that shifted these core beliefs positively impacting her health, close relationships, and resiliency. With her own experience of profound relief, she is passionate about sharing a program that would make these changes available to you.

This class is open to everyone. No prior meditation experience is required.

Amma Thanasanti supports you in growing up through developmental stages, cleaning up trauma and attachment wounding, waking up to your essential nature, and showing up fully to have authentic connections with others. She has been meditating for over 40 years. She was a Theravada Buddhist Nun for 26 years including 20 years in the Ajahn Chah Forest Tradition. She has been teaching meditation retreats internationally since 1996.

Decades of living in monastic communities showed her several ways that ending suffering required more than what was available from Insight meditation practices and ethical guidelines; particularly true when individuals were dealing with developmental trauma. She returned to civilian life in 2017.

Amma’s North Star is the truth where love, pervasive awareness, and the power of the land teach and support her every day.