Due to the popularity we are pleased to announce that our Resiliency+ program is now available in a more asynchronous format for your convenience.
You are warmly invited to join one of our weekly Virtual Sangha's (Healing, Rainbow, Veteran, and Teens).
Visit our Course/ServiEvents page to learn more and to register.
Mindfulness originated approximately 2500 years ago with the enlightenment of the Buddha who then pass this knowledge down to his disciples.
Mindfulness is being aware of the present moment, both with your surroundings and with your feelings non-judgmentally. Everyone is capable of being mindful with practice.
Here at the Blue Lotus Center we practice meditation and mindfulness in the original, non-commercialized, noble origins in an ancient spiritual and moral tradition.
We are here to support your journey through guided meditations, on-line courses, and onsite live events.
When you embrace mindfulness and mindfulness meditation you will see an improvement with yourself and your relationship with others. All of this is achieved by transforming and growing the loving kindness within you.
When you embrace the positivity that comes with mindfulness you will experience a much more rewarding life that is filled with peace and love towards all.
Vladimir began his mindfulness journey many years ago and is the founder of the Blue Lotus Meditation and Mindfulness Center. Over the course of the years, he has garnered both a national and international following as he continues to promote the teachings of the Dharma with compassion, lovingkindness, and sincerity.
His philosophy of living and teaching is warmly aligned with those of the Buddha from over 2,500 years ago; in that through a balanced life of mindfulness and meditation we can develop the compassion, lovingkindness, and wisdom within and to share this with those around us.
The Blue Lotus Meditation and Mindfulness Center presents regular teachings, called Dharma talks, and regularly holds personal development courses ranging from finding inner peace to dealing with anxiety.
Teachings and courses are not dogmatic but instead are truly reflective of both nature and human nature. When we are mindful then we learn what’s truly important about ourselves and the world we live in.