The Georgia Meditation Circle began meeting since 2007, Bee Intakanok and her brother Nat Intakanok, co-founded the group which meets every Wednesday. Today they have introduced meditation to over 3000 people, helping people learn to journey inward to find true happiness. In addition, every Sunday the Georgia Meditation Center holds a Sunday Service where we invite our members to cultivate good deeds with us through meditation, alms offering to the Sangha, and upholding precepts. In 2011, Bee and Nat established the Sunday Service offering for meditation members, and today the service is a huge success with many of our weekly members cultivating good deeds with us. Centers throughout the United States now implement a similar strategy that Bee and Nat established for the Georgia Meditation Center. Their efforts have helped to establish a solid foundation for people to learn to cultivate good deeds and start the journey towards the middle way.
No matter how delicious we can try to make meditation sound in order to tempt you into meditating, this is a fruit that is meant to be eaten and not just described. In the end, it is not for anyone else but you yourself. Meditation removes the blindfold, the darkness that covers our eyes from the truth. Meditation generates the inner light that gives us vision to see just what is really happening around us.
When you attain true bliss and happiness inside yourself through meditation, you will feel so overwhelmed with joy that you will not be able to adequately find words to describe it. No one can do this for you, you have to attain it yourself in order to understand how it feels. You cannot attain inner peace for others and others cannot attain it for you. This is the truth of life. You must do it for yourself. Embrace the simple relaxed dhammakaya meditation technique that can be used by people of all faiths, regardless of nationality or race to attain inner happiness.
Our meditation sessions are conducted by Dhammakaya practitioners who have committed their lives by ordaining to teaching meditation and dhamma (reality of life). They are eager to teach their technique and wisdom on meditation methods, benefits and knowledge gained from meditation, and our true purpose. Every session will be inspiring and will help encourage one to meditate. Though many of us are aware that meditation can help reduce stress, there is still so much more to learn from benefits of meditating. We constantly need to be reminded how meditating can be beneficial to our overall well being; otherwise it is easy to forget.
Please take a look at http://www.dhammakaya.net/ to learn more about our Dhammakaya Foundation Center and http://www.dhammakaya.net/en/docs/meditation to learn more about Dhammakaya meditation.