“If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear as it is.”
When we engage in meditation we are hopeful that we will experience positive changes – and we do! What are they? On this daylong retreat we will review and name what we are learning. How is it that our view of ourselves and the world changes?
The Buddha said of mindfulness that it helps us to see what we have not yet seen, to realize what we have not yet realized. This is healing and liberating.
Join IMT guiding teacher Anna Douglas for an exploration of five specific ways our practice changes us, and how this is consequential for our lives.
The day will consist of sitting and walking meditation, Dharma teachings, and Q&A.
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.
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.
Dana is offered to the teacher at the end of the daylong. (DANA - The teachings of the Buddha are a priceless gift which are offered freely. No one is turned away for inability to pay. We invite you to consider dana, generosity, as part of our practice together, and to give what you can to support this dharma service.)
Contact: email@example.com: 520-477-1897.