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""Karma," he [Buddha] often said, "is intention": i.e., a movement of the mind that occurs each time we think, speak, or act. By being mindful of this process, we come to understand how intentions lead to habitual patterns of behavior, which in turn affect the quality of our experience."
Stephen Batchelor, Buddhism Without Beliefs.

Berkeley Buddhist Monastery
2304 McKinley Ave.
Berkeley,  California   94703
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URL http://www.berkeleymonastery.org...
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Phone 510 848-3440
Fax 510 548-4551
Center's Description
The Berkeley Buddhist Monastery is a branch of the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association. All programs are free of charge and open to the public.
Independent Comments
5/6/2007, Reviewed By: Sue
I'm not local to the sitting group but am a fan of the meditation timer!

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