Guided Meditations

Here's an offering of guided meditations lasting from 5 to 45 minutes:




Wednesday Evenings
Weekly Meditation Group at SF Insight

I lead a drop-in Insight meditation group at San Francisco Insight, every Wednesday evening from 7-9pm at the Unitarian Church in San Francisco: 1187 Franklin Street (between Geary and O'Farrell.) The group begins with guided meditation, followed by a dharma talk and discussion. All are welcome. 
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Bodhisattva Leadership: Cultivating Faith and Love
March - November 2019

We will take up an in-depth study and cultivation of the Three Refuges (Buddha, Dharma and Sangha,) and the Four Boundless Qualities of the Heart (metta, loving-kindness, karuna, compassion, mudita, selfless joy and upekkha, equanimity.) Our exploration will include dharma talks, interactive inquiry, personal sharing, readings, and between-sessions practices and reflections, with the aim of deepening our insight and understanding, and embodying the qualities of faith and love. 

The heart of the program is the creation of a safe and loving community where we can be honest, courageous and vulnerable together.

The series includes: eight Saturday sessions also at SFZC on: 4/20, 5/18, 6/22, 7/20, 8/24, 10/19, & 11/16, an overnight retreat at Spirit House in Woodacre, CA: 9/27-29, two 30-minute, individual meetings with Pam, one at the beginning and one toward the end of the program, and peer-led group sessions each month. Space is limited to 18 people.
Email Renee Nash to inquire or reserve your space:

Silent Insight Meditation Retreat at IRC
with Andrea Fella
August 14 - 17, 2019

Your application and $100 deposit must be received by 5/4/19 to be entered into the lottery. Applicants will be notified by late May if they have been accepted or are on the waiting list.
Click here to register.

Pam has been by my side through amazing times and tough times. She brings such a range of skills and qualities to bear. I know for sure that I am a better version of myself having Pam as a trusted guide and member of my personal board of directors.
— Cindy Elkins, prior EVP Genentech IT

Dharma Talks


In an old Zen story

A student comes to visit his
dying teacher. The student asks:
"What is the teaching of your entire lifetime?" The teacher replies:

"An Appropriate Response."