Fall 2023 Class | Serendipity: An Exploration of Spirit, Dharma and Meditation
Serendipity: An Exploration of Spirit, Dharma and Meditation
Dates and registration:
- September 19
- October 3
- October 17
- October 31
- November 14
- November 28
- December 12
Times: Tuesdays, 6:45–9:00 pm Eastern. The link to Zoom, which is used for all sessions, is emailed the day before the first session.
Time zones: Times listed are in the Eastern Time Zone (Ann Arbor, MI, USA). To convert to a different time zone: Use Time Zone Converter
Suggested donation: $105–$350
No one will be excluded for financial reasons. Contact email@example.com to make arrangements.
For experienced students only. Must have in depth experience with insight meditation practice, or a similarly related meditation practice with a qualified teacher. Some familiarity with pure awareness meditation practice is also very valuable. If in doubt that the program is suitable for you, please contact one of the teachers.
Registration deadline is September 16, 2023
The class will include a talk or instructions from Aaron and Barbara, Vipassana, Pure Awareness, and other meditation instructions from John, meditation time, and some time for sharing and questions in large groups. Small group participation is encouraged. These small groups are recommended but optional and will meet separately from class time.
Our 2023-24 class focuses on “Living our Practice with Awareness and an Open Heart.”
Aaron defines this as: Living our practice as committed to bringing more light and love into the world, raising the vibration of the earth. Living our practice in terms of reducing our own levels of stress and fear, and tension. Living our practice in terms of responding lovingly to the world around us, but with a clear, compassionate “no” when needed. Ever more stable living from the bridge.
Our class will also be considering special focus areas, many of which will be touched upon in the optional one-day workshops offered through the year, with topics such as “evolution of consciousness,” “living nonduality,” ‘Divine masculine and feminine,” and more. In class, we can go deeper, making these topics alive within our practice. We will move with the flow of student interest, thus the overall title Serendipity, but the foundation remains as “Living our practice with awareness and an open heart.”
Barbara Brodsky, Aaron and John Orr
Contact Barbara Brodsky at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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