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12

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06

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Letting in the Good

September 01 - September 02, 2020

Mary Stancavage

In the Buddha’s teaching on Wise Effort, he invites us to pay attention to whether our thinking is beneficial or not. Drawing from Rick Hansen’s teachings in Buddha’s Brain, Mary discusses how to see when we’re caught up in negative bias and how a few simple practices will move our mind towards a more open and spacious relationship both with ourselves and with the world around us. This enables us to move towards a place of equanimity and develop an ability to hold everything that shows up in our lives with balance.There will be a period of guided meditation, a talk and Q&A. This evening is suitable for everyone.
ScheduleTuesday, September 1st
  • 7:30 - 8:30pm ET Evening Free Talk

ABOUT THE TEACHERs

Mary Stancavage

Mary Stancavage has practiced meditation, yoga, and cultivated a spiritual practice for over 30 years and in 2009 was empowered to teach Buddhadharma. Mary is based in the Los Angeles area and teaches classes, retreats and does individual mentoring. She has taught mindfulness...

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