Wednesdays 7 – 8:15pm | January 5 – February 16, In-person and Livestream. Attend the series or drop-in for individual weeks.
Ordinarily the day-to-day difficulties we encounter give rise to frustration, stress or feeling overwhelmed. By learning to respond to challenges skillfully, with acceptance, creativity, and wisdom, our problems become powerful spiritual fuel. Join us to hear about Buddha’s teachings on transforming adverse conditions into the path, and learn to surf the big waves of daily life. Each class includes guided meditations, a talk and time for questions.
2/19 From Bad to Good: A change in perspective
2/26 Always rely upon a happy mind alone
3/5 The benefits of a balanced mind (Endure Both whichever arises)
3/12 Warning! Do not play with Fire (Do not follow delusions)
3/19 The Problem with Passing the Buck (Do Not Transfer your own faults or burdens onto others
3/26 Putting Others First: How exactly does that work? (Do not aim at being the first to get the best)
4/2 The 3 R’s according to Dharma – Recognize, reduce and remove (Train in the 3 difficulties)
4/9 Don’t wait for better conditions. (Do not rely on other conditions)
|January 5||Always rely upon a happy mind alone|
|January 12||The benefits of a balanced mind|
|January 19||Warning! Do not play with Fire|
|January 26||Putting others first: How exactly does that work?|
|February 2||The 3 R’s according to Dharma|
|February 9||Don’t wait for better conditions|