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As lay practitioners, once we discover a practice that engages and inspires us, one of the greatest challenges is how to apply that practice consistently in our daily lives. When a driver cuts us off in traffic, a co-worker says something unkind, or we see a troubled person on the bus or street, the Dharma provides us tools to work with these situations. But without a habit of regular meditation, we may not turn to those tools when we need them the most. Establishing a daily practice is the foundation for remembering to apply the Dharma throughout our lives.
In Care and Feeding of Your Daily Practice, we will work with different techniques and approaches to help you establish a regular practice that works for you. This one-month course will be held on five successive Tuesday evenings. Participants will be asked to experiment with various exercises during the week and then share discoveries and challenges with one another during class. Sally and Jeff Alworth, who have experienced both success and struggle in their twenty years as practitioners, will lead the class. We ask that participants commit to engaging the class for its full one-month length and plan to attend all of the classes, either in person or via live-stream.
Dates: Tuesdays, 7-9pm
Contact the registrar with registration-related questions.
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