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I am writing to thank all managers for your immense support which enables the Dharma Teachings/Practices on Zoom to take place.
The number of Zoom/Skype meetings have grown over the months.
I have written Guidelines for Zoom Managers for my Zoom Dharma Teachings. I have mentioned details which will make it easier for myself with the workload and benefit those who register for Zoom teachings. The Guidelines show point of mindfulness for the managers to iron out and enable me to tweak any details I overlooked.
I teach in five time zones. I can set up a time zone but perhaps there is a change weeks later of one hour for summer or winter season in UK or elsewhere, or different time zones within other countries, or I make mistake. The two time zones fail to connect. Oops. It has happened. Apologies.
Some of the points listed below may be useful for other managers ensuring Zoom programmes take place with co-ordination with international content and time zones.
I have noticed on the statistics on this blog an ongoing increase in views. For example, there were more than 250,000 views of this blog since January 2021. It only takes a very tiny percentage of comments/inquiries to make a lot of daily emails in the in-box.
You may have more points. Let me know If any point is not clear. I can adjust text and send again to managers. Read the Guidelines carefully.
This is a transcription, edit, adaption, plus additional sentences, from a recorded session. I gave this guided meditation and talk during a 90-minute Zoom session on Dharma teachings hosted by Sangha Live on 5 June 2022 on the theme of Relative and Ultimate Truth. Continue reading
You may have completed a Mindfulness teacher training or advised to start a group as part of the training. Continue reading
Around 2011, I created a new website, Mindfulness Training Course, and started an online Mindfulness Training Course (MTC). Around 80 people per year or more worldwide participated in the Course for the next five years. There were also weekly groups meetings in city centres or homes using the Course as a foundation for weekly mindfulness practices. Continue reading