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"The Buddhist Path" with Phyllis Matyi

Fridays, 10:30 - 12:00 pm


How can meditation and compassion practices on the path of one’s journey toward awakening help in our present life to live in a more awakened state?  The world's heightened sense of interconnection, though having the benefit of dissolving perceived time space boundaries, may simultaneously cause a lack of clarity and stability.

Through the use of meditation, calm abiding, and insight, along with other practices, we will explore grounding this heightened sense with awareness in the greater view of wide open space.

In this class, in addition to sitting together, we will explore and demystify universal and core ideas from Buddhism and other traditions, revealing their practical applications to everyday life.  We will spend time checking in with each other about the practices we do both in the room and beyond with an emphasis on direct experience.

Familiarization with Buddhist teachings and meditation is recommended. If you are new to the group and are interested in joining, please contact Jenny at info@goodnesssake.org to find out what the group is currently studying.

 

PHYLLIS MATYI has been practicing Tibetan Buddhism for many years, and after completing a householder equivalent of a 3-year retreat and an inter-lineage Buddhist teacher training was authorized by Lama Palden Drolma to teach in the Kagyu lineage. She has lived and has continued to travel extensively around the world exploring her deep interest in cross-cultural mysticism and contemplation.

 

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