Day of Mindfulness - hosted by Peaceful Path Sangha
Peace in Myself, Peace in the World
Our habit energy is to rush from one thing to another, always in motion and with little presence. A Day of Mindfulness offers us time to slow down, to come back to ourselves and our true home within.
With gentle activities of mindful presence, there's opportunity to recognize that life is fully alive in the here and now; noticing, reflecting, and embracing who and how we are. We have time to let our busyness calm, our bodies relax, create spaciousness in our mind, and feel a bit more satisfied and joyful in the simple things. Surrounded by others with like-mind and heart, the refreshing elements of our life penetrate us deeply and nurture us long after we have returned home.
Day of Mindfulness: Sunday, July 21, 9:30am - 2:00pm
Guided by the Plum Village tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh, we'll be together as a Sangha for our Day of Mindfulness - a community of open hearts and minds. During our time together, we'll have periods of sitting and walking meditation, mindful eating, Dharma Talk, and Dharma Sharing.
Not to worry: instructions and guides will be given for all activities. Come feel at ease and at home.
Things to bring:
The Day of Mindfulness is a Dana / Offering-based event, in honor of the teacher and the lineage. Suggested offering is $15-25 or whatever feels right. Everyone is welcome.
NOTE: There are stairs into the studio with no handicap access. Apologies in advance if this is an issue.
The Day of Mindfulness is hosted by Peaceful Path Sangha, guided by Order of Interbeing member Shanti Douglas