February 2016 – Bringing the Dharma into Everyday Life.

mind-trainingThe following is the discussion schedule for February 2016.

Feb. 1  – John Wentz will begin teaching on the seven-point mind training training also known as Lojong

Feb. 8 – Thich Nhat Hanh’s short meditation practice for experiencing Freshness, Strength, Clarity and Freedom. When we are familiar with it, we can use it as we walk or in a stressful situation when we need to calm ourselves and be present in a strong and peaceful way. It will also be a useful meditation practice for long-time meditators who may be unfamiliar with it.

February 15 – Practicing Random Acts of Kindness as a way of bringing the dharma into our daily life. Provide a valuable opportunity to help those who participate in the Sangha to share in a group practice if they choose, as well as an opportunity to be more mindful and responsive to those whose paths we cross during the day.

Feb 22 – Turning Meditation into Mindfulness – how meditation trains you to automatically be mindful.

Feb 27 – Retreat with Lama Gursam  10 AM to 5 PM, at the Yardley Friends MeetingHouse, 65 N. Main St, Yardley. All Welcome. Come 1/2 day or full day. Bring  a lunch if you plan to stay all day.

February 29 – open discussion – What are the challenges and opportunities of bringing our practice into our daily life and our encounters with others?

About Phil Brown

Philip Brown, PhD, is currently the president of the Buddhist Sangha of Bucks County. Learn more about Phil and other members
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