LONG ISLAND BUDDHIST MEDITATION CENTER

Welcome to LIBMC

We welcome you to the Long Island Buddhist Meditation Center (LIBMC) main web area. LIBMC is an institution open to everybody irrespective of their race, ethnicity, religion or any other social barriers. Our goal is to provide service to all human beings and guide them to find the true meaning of life.

At LIBMC we conduct meditation classes twice a week. We have been conducting regular meditation classes on Tuesdays and Fridays, from the very beginning of LIBMC. In addition to the regular meditation classes, we conduct a silent meditation retreat every two months, programs for children and other religious and social events.

Meditation is the pathway towards profound understanding of human life. Such an understanding results in a human being with equanimity. Therefore, meditation has the therapeutic means of bringing about a society that we all would love to live in. It is something you have to experience within. And that experience can be applied very practically during one’s normal day to day life.

At LIBMC we conduct meditation classes twice a week. We have been conducting regular meditation classes on Tuesdays and Fridays, from the very beginning of LIBMC.

In addition to the regular meditation classes, we conduct a silent meditation retreat every two months, programs for children and other religious and social events. 

 We focus on loving kindness meditation to invoke compassion, both for oneself and for others.

One would be able to take up everyday chores with less stress and with more happiness. Meditation awakens your wisdom, and with wisdom you shape your life. Therefore, we can also understand meditation as a way of life.

Rich History of an Iconic Sound Avenue Landmark Northville Grange Hall

In the course of its 186 year existence in Northville Grange Hall on Sound Avenue has undergone various reincarnations: it’s been a place of worship, a school, a social hub for local farmers, and, most recently, a meetinghouse for several different groups. Finally as of May 17th 2017 the Grange Hall now is a Buddhist Meditation Center. Everything inside the building is still original 1831 and the historical value will remain.

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