"Sunday Dharma Talk"
A new dharma talk by Peter Doobinin every Sunday.
(all classes english-speaking)
Thursday Night Meditation in Prenzlauer Berg
Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin
(email for specific location)
19:00 – 20:30
Six-Week Beginners' Course
Mondays, February 4 to March 11
Am Tempelhofer Berg 7d, Berlin
19:00 - 20:30
For more information about the programs, see the Schedule page.
For more than 20 years, Peter Doobinin taught insight meditation in New York City. Now he's living in Berlin and offering teachings in meditation and mindfulness skills here.
All are welcome to attend our classes!
Please join us!
Thursday Night Meditation
In Prenzlauer Berg
Every Thursday night, Peter Doobinin teaches a class in insight meditation. The evening includes meditation, teaching, and discussion. The class offers an opportunity to develop your meditation practice and mindfulness skills.
All are invited.
The class begins at 7pm and is held in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin. Please send us an email for the specific location.
For more details see the schedule page.
Peter Doobinin is the guiding teacher of Berlin Dharma. Before moving to Berlin, he was the guiding teacher of Downtown Meditation Community in New York City. He founded Downtown Meditation in 2002. Prior to that, he was a co-founder of New York Insight Meditation Center. He is the author of the dharma book, The Skill of Living. Peter's focus over the years as a dharma teacher has always been to teach people to develop the skills the Buddha taught while living as householders in the midst of the complexity of the modern world. His wish for all beings is a life of greater peace, compassion, love, and joy.
Find out more about the teacher here.
Learn about insight meditation here.
Here is a dharma talk, "About the Heart," given by Peter Doobinin in 2017.
To hear more dharma talks, visit the Dharma Talks
The Skill of Living
Peter Doobinin's book, The Skill of Living, offers a practical map for developing the skillful qualities of generosity, ethical conduct, renunciation, truthfulness, effort, determination, discernment, lovingkindness, patience, and equanimity.
To find out more about the book click here.