Tricycle Retreats

  • Larry Rosenberg: The Challenge of Change Paid Member

    Larry Rosenberg is the founder and a guiding teacher at Cambridge Insight Meditation Center. He is also a senior teacher at the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts and the author of Breath by Breath - The Liberating Practice of Insight Meditation and, more recently, Living in the Light of Death - On the Art of Being Fully Alive. His writings have appeared frequently in the pages of Tricycle. In a 1999 interview with Tricycle editor Amy Gross, Larry discusses vipassana meditation as he sees it: More »
  • Larry Rosenberg and CIMC Paid Member

    Yesterday I was in Cambridge, Massachusetts to help videographer Denise Petrizzo with some of the filming of Larry Rosenberg's upcoming Tricycle Retreat. (I'm not much help with these kinds of things. I try to just stay out of the way.) Here's a picture I took of Larry in the meditation hall at the Cambridge Insight Meditation Center, looking refreshed after filming (sorry for the terrible cellphone-photo quality): More »
  • Join the discussion with Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel Paid Member

    Elizabeth Mattis-Namgyel's Tricycle Retreat, "The Power of an Open Question," is now entering its second week, and if you haven't stopped by, you're missing quite a discussion! The first week's video and discussion are always available free. You can watch the teaching and join the discussion here. About living with openness "in the center of the human predicament," one retreatant writes: More »
  • Our August Tricycle Retreat with Rev. Allan Lokos Paid Member

    This month's Tricycle Retreat features Allan Lokos, the founder and guiding teacher of the Community Meditation Center in New York City and author of Pocket Peace: Effective Practices for Enlightened Living, (Tarcher/Penguin, 2010). Allan's teachings focus on small things that can have a big effect. He calls them Pocket Practices because you can carry them with you wherever you go. The first practice Allan teaches is called "Developing Patience." You can watch the first video here. More »
  • Allan Lokos begins his Tricycle Retreat Paid Member

    Rev. Allan Lokos, the guiding teacher of New York City's Community Meditation Center and author of the popular book Pocket Peace, begins his Tricycle Retreat Monday, August 2nd. It's called "Seven Steps to Enlightenment," and as the name implies, it consists of seven teachings to lead you to greater peace. More »
  • Today at Paid Member

    It's a  busy day here at Tricycle! Here's what's new this Monday: Bonnie Myotai Treace's Tricycle Retreat, "Whole Life Offering," heads into its fourth and final week with the teaching, "Just One Small Bowl: The Boundless Body." You can visit her retreat here, and watch the first video of her retreat here. The first videos of Tricycle Retreats are always available to all. Next month's retreat will feature Allan Lokos, author of Pocket Peace. More »