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Quest for Truth: A Conversation with Sharon Salzberg
by Ben Painter and Jon Luke Tittmann

Last summer, motivated to learn what mindfulness really is, two iBme interns set out on a humble quest for truth and deeper understanding. On their second stop, they visited with Sharon Salzberg, co-founder of Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, and author of Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness and A Heart as Wide as the World.

On a hot afternoon in New York City, they asked Sharon how she defines mindfulness and lovingkindness — and the difference between the two.
 
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NEW 2019 RETREATS ADDED!
In addition to the 10 Summer Teen Retreats previously scheduled
for this summer, 
we are happy to share these new retreats
just added 
to the iBme calendar:
 
June 6 – 10
Massachusetts Young Adult Retreat

(ages 18 – 32)
Middlesex School, Concord, Mass.

August 6 – 11
Teens of Color Retreat

Big Bear City, California

October 4 – 6
Massachusetts Fall Adult Retreat

Prindle Pond Retreat Center
Charlton, Mass.

(no prior meditation experience necessary on iBme retreats)
Doug Worthen, Director of Mindfulness Programs at Middlesex School, shares some of the incredible benefits a retreat offers.
ENHANCING THE COLLEGE EXPERIENCE
Less stress, more ease.
2019 Spring Break
Mindfulness and Meditation Retreat (ages 18 – 32)


March 9 – 13, 2019
Serenity Ridge Retreat Center
Shipman, Virginia

 
Retreat, practice, and connect with like-minded people. Mindfulness changes our relationships — with ourselves and with others. The experience of an iBme retreat is designed to take you into deeper levels of inner peace, equipping you with go-to skills when you are challenged, need to focus, want to perform your best. Our retreats also develop relational skills — listening, compassion, sharing what's real and true.
 
Registration deadline is February 22!
Find out / Sign up →
You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.
Sharon Salzberg
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