SANDUSKY, OH – Converging Paths Meditation Center
Celebrating over two years of being open, the Converging Paths Sandusky Bay Meditation Center is located in room 405 of the Feick Building at 158 East Market Street in downtown Sandusky. According to the founders, the center honors all wisdom traditions and seeks to establish a better understanding of self and others through clearing the mind, lowering anxiety and deepening the meditation experience with the help of others. The Erie Wire visited the center on February 2 and interviewed Lou & Jan Young and Larry & Ann Smith about the center’s origins. While the center does not encourage any specific religion, it has hosted a series of Wisdom Talks. Alongside the regularly scheduled guided meditation, Tuesday night included a showing of Bill Moyers interview of Pema Chödrön, an American Buddhist nun and author whose teachings and writings on meditation have helped make Buddhism accessible to a broad Western audience. For more information about the Converging Paths Meditation Center, click here.
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