An Evening of Mindfulness with Keri Pederson – January 16th

The Port Townsend Sangha

Is Pleased to Welcome

Keri Pederson

For a Saturday Evening

Of Meditation and Discussion 

Date:    Saturday, January 16, 2021
Time:    7 – 9 pm

Keri will lead us in meditation, engage the group in a dharma discussion, and conduct a Refuge Ceremony to offer “a tangible reminder of our connectedness and intentions in this new year”. For the ceremony, bring a thin and pleasing piece of string about 12 inches long, a red one if you can find it, and enjoy a simple, shared experience.

The event will be on Zoom. The meeting link will be sent to our meeting list or may be obtained by writing to with your complete contact information.

Her discussion topic will be Refuges and Aspirations.

Keri invites us to “Take the opportunity of the New Year to reflect on the gestures of taking refuge, remembering our aspirations, and incline the mind in directions that are helpful.”

Keri Pederson, began meditating in 1998 and has practiced with a variety of lay and monastic teachers in the US, Thailand, and India. Rodney Smith invited her to teach in 2007, and she was authorized to teach by Spirit Rock/IMS/IRC after completing their four-year Teacher Training program.  Keri also works in elder-care and lives on Vashon Island with her husband and young son.

DanaFor those wishing to make contributions to support Keri’s work, one way is through Paypal. The address is

We hope you will join us on January 16th.

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