Baha’is and Buddhists to Co-facilitate a Meditation Gathering on Sunday, October 28

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People of all faiths are warmly invited to share in the pre-Thanksgiving, stress-free authentic meditations facilitated by interfaith teams from six faiths in the DC metro area. The primary intention of the meditation series is to enhance individual and collective wellness across traditional religious lines. The gatherings will be held in synagogues, churches, mosques, universities, and temples.

This week’s meditation will be hosted by Dr. Elena Mustakova-Possart of the Baha’i Faith and Ani Rinchen Khandro of the Buddhist Faith on Sunday, October 28, 11:00AM to 12:30PM at the Baha’i Center of Washington, D.C. The address is 5713 16th Street N.W., Washington, D.C. There are no required fees to attend this event, but there is a suggested donation of $10-15.

Dr. Elena Mustakova-Possart is an author, psychologist, and educational & organizational consultant who works with mindfulness to facilitate bringing together mind, body, and soul.

Ani Rinchen Khandro is a Buddhist nun from the Kunzang Palyul Choling Tibetan Buddhist Temple in Poolesville, Maryland. She has traveled and taught meditation classes extensively, and has been instrumental in establishing Buddhist meditation programs in several Maryland state prisons.

Learn more about the Interfaith Meditation Initiative here. For more information on the Baha’i Faith, contact the Baha’is of Arlington, VA.