Bridging the Physical Distancing Divide
A Daily Guided Meditation from BCBS with Bill and Susan Morgan
Join us daily from 10:30-11:15 EDT for a facilitated virtual sangha sitting
Although BCBS is temporarily closed, we are blessed to be here for the next several weeks and would like to offer a live half-hour meditation from the dharma hall to support your well-being and your practice.
From 10:30-11:15 EDT each day, let's come together virtually to bridge the physical distancing divide. We will offer a few words of encouragement and instruction at the beginning of each sitting.
There will be space for all who wish to attend the daily sit.
Our sessions will be recorded and posted below if you cannot join us live. Together we will get through this.
Recordings from previous sessions can be found at the bottom of this page. Recordings will remain posted for one week.
Joining the Sit
Daily at 10:30 US Eastern time, please click the Zoom link above to join the call. If the call has not yet begun, you will be asked to wait for the host to start the video, and then the call will open automatically.
If you have never used Zoom before, it may be a good idea to download the app before the call. Even without downloading the app, Zoom will give you instructions when you click the link.
If joining by phone, please find the dial in number here and use the Meeting ID: 626 660 347
For technical difficulties, please call us at (978) 355-2347 ex 10, or email email@example.com.
This program is freely offered, and we hope it can be a source of ease and support during this difficult time. Please consider making a contribution to the center. We thank you for your support.
Bill Morgan, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Cambridge, MA. He has participated in many intensive retreats in meditation practice over the past 40 years and completed a four-year meditation retreat at the Forest Refuge in Barre, MA in 2013. Together with Susan Morgan, he has been leading mindfulness retreats for 15 years.
Susan Morgan, CNS, is a psychotherapist in Cambridge, MA. She is a board and faculty member of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy and contributing author to Mindfulness and Psychotherapy. Susan has a longstanding meditation practice and completed a four-year meditation retreat at the Forest Refuge in 2013. She has been leading retreats, primarily for caregivers, for the last 15 years. Lovingkindness and mindfulness of the body are integral to her teaching.
The loud noise heard in the recordings is the meditation hall settling as it heats and cools.