special event | radical bodhicitta — embodying justice, liberation + healing

 

In this 4-hour immersive experience, practitioners will be guided through embodied meditations and self-inquiry exercises to:

Awaken and strengthen the 4 Foundations of Mindfulness and 5 Spiritual Faculties;

Deepen skillful understanding of their relationship to privilege, power and oppression;

Move toward skillful and sustainable action to cultivate justice, liberation and healing within themselves and their relationships.

[radical bodhicitta is a module from the When + Where We Enter program]


Saturday, November 10th

10 am – 2 pm

Van Hanh Temple

 

3015 S. Washington Avenue | Southside of Lansing

Dana/Contribution: $20 | $10 | Other*

—  Registration Is Now Closed — 


*The sliding scale is offered to widen the invitation to practitioners of varying financial ability. Paying at the full rate sustains this practice. Practitioners may also donate additional funds to sponsor fellow registrants. Contributions can be made in advance (via PayPal; see registration form) or upon arrival (cash).

Questions? Contact Facilitator: tara@3jewelsyoga.com

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2 Replies to “special event | radical bodhicitta — embodying justice, liberation + healing”

  1. Reblogged this on Lansing Area Mindfulness Community and commented:
    Lansing Area Mindfulness Community is excited to host this special event and hope you’ll join us on November 10th!

    We’ve invited Tara Scott-Miller to share practices from a program she developed in 2017, which builds upon foundational Buddhist teachings to address our internalized experience of oppression, violence, injustice and discrimination and its impact on how we engage in acts of justice, liberation and healing.

    Tara began her spiritual journey with LAMC in 2005 and has continuously supported her “root sangha” as its website/social media administrator, even after forming her own practice community in 2011.

    She is the founder + facilitator of 3 Jewels Yoga — a Zen-centered contemplative community of refuge, resistance + resilience. A graduate of New York University, Tara bridges her interests in cognition and behavior to the spiritual foundations of mindfulness in order to curate transformative sacred space that is dedicated to cultivating practices of justice, liberation, and healing. Discover more about her work: http://www.3jewelsyoga.com | http://www.radicalbodhicitta.com

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