2/27/2021 9:00 AM -
Meeting on Zoom) (
How do we cultivate energies that encourage our capacity for caring and compassion toward ourselves and others? In this daylong retreat we will consider the brahma viharas of loving kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy and equanimity and explore practices for developing these qualities in our daily lives.
This daylong retreat will include sitting and walking meditation, dhamma talks about the teachings and practice of the brahma viharas, small group sessions with Q&As, and optional opportunities for 1-on-1 discussions with one of the Local Dharma Leaders about your practice.
This daylong retreat is part of a nine-month series on some of the essential teachings of Buddhism. See the full series here (https://seattleinsight.org/Resources/Buddhist-Essentials).
This daylong retreat is open to anyone with experience in mindfulness meditation equivalent to SIMS Introductory Meditation Class.
Please contact Jerry Harter with any questions firstname.lastname@example.org
The suggested event donation is $30, plus teacher dana. (Dana is a term for generosity, or freely offered giving.) Teacher dana can be offered at the event. Please use your best efforts to pay the suggested donation or another heartfelt amount. All are welcome regardless of ability to pay.
Dana for SIMS and the Teachers can be offered online at https://seattleinsight.org/Donate, or at the event if we are able to meet in person.
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