When:
June 10, 2018 @ 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM America/Los Angeles Timezone
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Wisdom River Sunday: Embracing Compassion

Sunday, June 10, 2018  10:00am – Noon

 

We live in a time that seems especially fraught with conflict, stress and struggle. Acting from a true experience of compassion for ourselves and others provides a meaningful way to navigate these difficult times. But how do we not only access this quality in ourselves but also put it into practice?

First and foremost, we need to define “compassion”, what it is and what it is not. Then, we need to become aware of our relationship with it, right here, right now. When does it arise easily, naturally and when does it seem nonexistent?

Come join us for our Wisdom River Sunday for a morning of meditation and techniques that you can use anytime and anywhere to help you stay in touch with the compassion that lives inside of you all the time, whether you know it or not

Location: Sukhasiddhi Center, Fairfax CA.

Cost: Free event. Donations always welcome.

Registration: Register Here to let us know your are coming. Drop ins also welcome

Questions? Contact Us

Teachers

Ian Richard Albert is a Community dharma leader at Sukhasiddhi Foundation and is authorized to teach the foundational meditation practices and philosophy of Buddhism. He has been studying yoga and meditation for more than 15 years. Since 2008 his primary teacher has been lama Palden drolma. He has completed a two-year Community dharma leader training program under lama Palden and lewis richmond. in 2003 he co-founded Pranamaya,inc. and spent the next ten years developing and producing instructional yoga and meditation media with some of the best yoga teachers in the world. Ian also offers meditation instruction and coaching through mind at ease.

 

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Barbara Juniper is a long-time spiritual practitioner who completed Sukhasiddhi Foundation’s Community Dharma Leader training, the two year Bodhi program and will soon be completing the four year Shangpa program. She also leads the Monday evening community meditation at Sukhasiddhi called Opening the Gate. She has worked as a Spiritual Director and Sound Healer for women in recovery and has a passion for supporting both men and women to connect with their authentic expression and self dignity. She currently has a private Sound Healing practice in Marin and is engaged in many Sound Healing events around the San Francisco bay area.

Sukhasiddhi Foundation maintains a fragrance free environment. Please do not use any scented lotions, colognes, after shave, shampoo, etc. while attending Sukhasiddhi events. Thank you for your consideration.