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Dawn Neal

Dawn Neal has accumulated over two years of practice in silent meditation retreats since 2005. She holds an MA from the Institute of Buddhist Studies, and two certificates from the Harvard Negotiation Project. She has completed 15 months of professional ministry/ chaplaincy training (CPE), and is a certified professional mindfulness teacher (CMT-P IMTA). She has been an IMC community member since 2009. Dawn serves the community as an interfaith chaplain and facilitator, Buddhist teacher, and scholar. She teaches and facilitates for Buddhist, secular, and multifaith groups in the Bay Area and beyond.


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Happy Hour: Gratitude and Generosity (guided meditation only) 2020-11-2615:46
Happy Hour: Wellbeing for all in our experience
2020-10-3057:37
Intention, Playfulness, and Perfectionism
Dharma and the Creative Process
2016-01-0915:31
Women in Buddhism Symposium: Caroline Rhys Davids 2015-11-1446:21
Cultivating Buddhist Love in Daily Life
2015-10-0215:57
Lovingkindness for all (week 4)
2015-06-241:25:16
Lovingkindness Week 3
2015-06-171:22:44
Guided Metta Meditation- Neutral Person 2015-06-1721:20
Intro to Lovingkindness Week 2
2015-06-101:24:48
Introduction to Lovingkindness: 4 evenings (Series) 2015-06-035:20:01
Intro to Metta Week 6
2013-08-2169:20
Intro To Metta Week 5
2013-08-141:22:54
Intro to Metta Week 4
2013-08-071:17:36
Introduction to Metta, Week 3
2013-07-3163:27
Introduction to Metta, Week 1(a)
2013-07-1728:31
Introduction to Metta (Lovingkindness) - six week series (Series) 2013-07-177:27:57

 

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