Teachers: Ven. Stephanie Kaza, Erika Rench, and Kaye Jones
Join us for a contemplative day of dharma, in the company of other women. Our day will include time in nature, in meditation, a short teaching, and quiet reflection. Some days life can feel like one long prayer, “may I find patience, may I find courage, open my heart, help me” Prayer can be a letting go or a filling up. As women, how we “sit” in the middle of it all is our spiritual path, and in our time together we discover that our spiritual lives occur not in spite of the everyday, but because of it.
In this series, we will find wisdom for the journey by exploring a few of the female figures in the dharma as we practice Metta loving-kindness, and experience how the teachings of Buddha are alive in each us today.
December 1st Soto Zen teacher Stephanie Kaza will join us to explore the divine feminine in Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Compassion,
Please join us. Lunch will be salad, cheese, veggies, and bread. Tea will be available all day. Suggested donation is $50, no one turned away for lack of funds.