Metta or Loving-Kindness meditation is an essential part of the Buddhist path. In our practice, we often emphasize cultivating mindfulness, which is very important. Equally important is cultivating a loving heart. The gentle and flexible Buddhist practice of Metta trains our hearts to radiate friendliness and well-wishing to ourselves, and to all beings.
During this daylong, IMT teacher David Bornstein will lead the traditional practice of Metta, while also allowing space to customize the practice so that it resonates with you.
Pima Friends Meeting House: 931 N. Fifth 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.
9am - 4pm. Please plan to arrive by 8:45 to allow yourself a few moments to settle before we begin.
What to Bring:
Any sitting gear that supports you
Lunch (a refrigerator and microwave are available)
Snacks or tea to share, if you wish
This daylong is freely offered, and is made possible by the past generosity of IMT practitioners. Donation are greatly appreciated, and support the teachers and future IMT events. We accept cash, and checks made out to “Insight Meditation Tucson.”
firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 520-477-1897.