The Buddha taught, quite radically, that the root of our suffering lies not in the arising of
difficulty (inevitable in life), but in how we relate to difficulty when it does arise. This shift in understanding creates space for a total transformation of how we experience our own lives. As part of our exploration of the Five Hindrances––the classic Buddhist teaching about Craving, Aversion, Restlessness, Sloth & Torpor, and Doubt––we devote this day of practice to shifting our attitude toward these difficult energies. Through guided meditation, teachings, and mindful inquiry, we will practice relating to unwanted experiences with an attitude of loving-kindness.
Bring whatever sitting gear supports you and please bring your lunch to offer continuity of practice. You are welcome to bring a snack or tea to share. A refrigerator and a microwave will be available.
When: Saturday, February 24, 2017
Location: Pima Friend's Meeting House
931 N 5th Ave
Tucson, AZ 85705
Parking is available in back lot, along 1st St west of 5th Ave or along 5th Ave between 1st and Speedway. Be mindful of parking permit signs.
Cost: Donation to the teachers offered at the end of the daylong.
To Register Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-477-1897.