Over the last year, we have seen a palpable increase in anger, confusion, and anxiety. For many of us, the current environment of divisiveness, rancor, fear, and inequity might feel unprecedented. Yet, for nearly 26 centuries the teachings of the Buddha have helped countless souls navigate the ills of their times with more wisdom and ease.
In this two day non-residential retreat, we will explore the suffering of our reactivity, and discover in the Buddha’s
teaching other ways of responding by cultivating wholesome attitudes and states of mind which are
rooted in mindfulness. Practicing with others in difficult times provides fertile ground for insight,
camaraderie, and the discovery of collective wisdom. The retreat will consist of sitting and walking meditation,
Dharma talks, contemplative inquiry, and Q&A.
Friday, Mar 9, 6:30-8:30pm
Saturday, Mar 10, 9:30-5:00
Sunday, Mar 11, 9:30-4:00
$45 for the weekend, $5 Friday only paid in advance,
At the door $55 and $10 Friday only. Plus donation for the Teachers
Scholarships are available, no one will be turned away due to lack of funds.