Here's an offering of guided meditations lasting from 5 to 45 minutes:
Weekly Meditation Group at SF Insight
I lead a drop-in Insight meditation group at San Francisco Insight, every Wednesday evening from 7-9pm at the Unitarian Church in San Francisco: 1187 Franklin Street (between Geary and O'Farrell.) The group begins with guided meditation, followed by a dharma talk and discussion. All are welcome.
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Bodhisattva Leadership: Cultivating Faith and Love
March - November 2019
THIS CLASS IS CURRENTLY FULL
We will take up an in-depth study and cultivation of the Three Refuges (Buddha, Dharma and Sangha,) and the Four Boundless Qualities of the Heart (metta, loving-kindness, karuna, compassion, mudita, selfless joy and upekkha, equanimity.) Our exploration will include dharma talks, interactive inquiry, personal sharing, readings, and between-sessions practices and reflections, with the aim of deepening our insight and understanding, and embodying the qualities of faith and love.
The heart of the program is the creation of a safe and loving community where we can be honest, courageous and vulnerable together.
The series includes: eight Saturday sessions also at SFZC on: 4/20, 5/18, 6/22, 7/20, 8/24, 10/19, & 11/16, an overnight retreat at Spirit House in Woodacre, CA: 9/27-29, two 30-minute, individual meetings with Pam, one at the beginning and one toward the end of the program, and peer-led group sessions each month. Space is limited to 18 people.
Email Renee Nash to inquire or reserve your space: email@example.com.
Silent Insight Meditation Retreat at IRC
with Andrea Fella
August 14 - 17, 2019
Your application and $100 deposit must be received by 5/4/19 to be entered into the lottery. Applicants will be notified by late May if they have been accepted or are on the waiting list.
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Talks by year:
Talks by topic:
The Hero's Journey & Life of the Buddha
Mindfulness and Listening
The Eighthfold Noble Path
Self and Non-Self
The Brahma Viharas
The Four Noble Truths
Cultivating the Paramitas
The Three Characteristics
The Five Spiritual Faculties
In an old Zen story
A student comes to visit his
dying teacher. The student asks:
"What is the teaching of your entire lifetime?" The teacher replies:
"An Appropriate Response."