Retreats & Programs

Retreats & Programs

Metta Programs teachings support a life that is balanced, wakeful and compassionate. Its central offering is Insight Dialogue, an innovative, structured meditation ...

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Practicing Insight Dialogue

Practicing Insight Dialogue

Click Here For Thai Translation Insight Dialogue is an interpersonal practice and its emphasis differs from a primarily solitary practice. Insight dialogue emphasizes ...

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How to Participate

How to Participate

To participate, please join us for an Insight Dialogue retreat or other live events, which are offered year-round internationally.  Metta Programs also ...

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Retreats & Programs

Retreats & Programs

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Practicing Insight Dialogue

Practicing Insight Dialogue

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How to Participate

How to Participate

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Featured Retreat

A Mind at Peace: Working with Difficult Emotions

Open Lotus Dry Brush
March 27 - April 1, 2015

This Insight Dialogue retreat, developed by and for mental health professionals, offers a dynamic and practical dialogue between Buddhist psychology, mindfulness meditation, and western psychotherapy. Continue reading

Dharma Contemplation

Dharma Contemplation

Dhamma Contemplation is a simple, contemplative practice that enables us to enter into the Buddha’s teachings. It can be practiced individually, yet as a group practice it is singularly powerful at revealing layers of meaning … Continue reading

Insight Dialogue Online Practice

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Metta Programs’ online offerings are designed to put students in-touch with a global community of practice. Our primary tools for online connection include Skype and the Community Groups section of our website.

Recent News

Fond Farewell to Rachel Hien

rachel October 6, 2014

It is with mixed emotions that we announce the departure of Rachel Hien, Metta Programs’ Operations Manager who shared her last day with the organization on September 26th. Rachel has moved on to a new … Continue reading

The Business of Metta on a Whole Life Path

Rays of sun through the trees September 2, 2014

An update from the Guiding Sangha I volunteered, or rather “was volunteered” in an air of friendly wholesome support, to offer an article on our Guiding Sangha (GS) face-to-face meeting that took place in Seattle, … Continue reading