The “Associazione per la Meditazione di Consapevolezza” (Insight Meditation Association) A.Me.Co. was founded in December 1987 in Rome by Corrado Pensa, Neva Papachristou and six other Members, all Dharma practitioners. A.Me.Co is a religious buddhist organization of Theravāda tradition, born to testify, cultivate and disseminate, in accordance with the buddhist Scriptures, and with an interreligious […]
In 2017 A.Me.Co. turned 30. The Organisation has been, and keeps being a welcoming refuge in the heart of a big city, for whoever wants to practice meditation and study Dharma. A.Me.Co. is a concrete support for people who want to nurture healthy habits like wisdom, compassion and generosity.
A.Me.Co. testifies the inner journey taught by Buddha. The result of this journey concerns the whole community. Everyone who is raised with love, wisdom, ethics and generosity contributes to the whole human family. The Organisation is happy to be able to keep growing and organizing activities to those who want to nurture their mind-heart.
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REFLECTING ON THE DHARMA PRACTICE by Corrado Pensa
In one of his famous speeches, Sedaka Sutta, Buddha explains the need of taking care of oneself and others. He doesn’t say that the only important thing is to take care of others – as present western moralism instead preaches. It’s actually fundamental to take care of both of oneself, and others. Taking care of oneself indicates maturity, and has nothing to do with perpetual worrying about ourselves. Let’s not forget that, once we get stronger with self-care, we become more useful and are capable of paying attention to others.
4-PART DHARMA AND VIPASSANĀ MEDITATION SEMINAR conducted by NEVA PAPACHRISTOU entitled: How practice helps us not to be overwhelmed by the waves of existence and to accept change in us and in the world. On WEDNESDAY 15th, 22nd, 29th of JANUARY and 5th of FEBRUARY 20.00-22.00. The seminar is aimed at all members.
Contrary to what is reported in the previous calendars and in the paper one attached to SATI, the DHARMA AND VIPASSANĀ MEDITATION SEMINAR of January led by CORRADO PENSA will be in 3 MEETINGS instead of 4 on TUESDAY 21st, 28th of JANUARY and 4th of FEBRUARY 7.15 pm- 10 pm. The seminar is aimed […]
Being a vulnerable human being is the title of the Intensive led by FRANK OSTASESKI in videoconference MONDAY 3 FEBRUARY from 20.00 to 22.00. The intensive is aimed at all members. Frank will answer questions from participants. Frank Ostaseski, is a visionary and internationally known buddhist teacher; he is the founder of Metta Institute and cofounder […]
Registrations are open for the RETREAT OF DHARMA AND VIPASSANĀ MEDITATION ORGANIZED BY THE LAMA TZONG KHAPA-POMAIA INSTITUTE (PISA) led by CORRADO PENSA and NEVA PAPACHRISTOU from THURSDAY the 30th of JANUARY to SUNDAY the 3rd of FEBRUARY. FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS CALL THE ILTK 050.685654 OR VISIT THE SITE CLICKING ON THE FOLLOWING LINK […]
All members can participate, without need of booking, in the THURSDAY MEDITATIVE PRACTICE (from 3 pm to 7.30 pm) during which the Sangha, the community, practices meditation (sitting and walking) but no Dharma lessons are given . SCHEDULE OF THE AFTERNOON of the Sangha meetings: 3 pm Sitting; 3.45 pm Walking; 4.15 pm Sitting; 5.00 […]