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What do you notice as you do this? Repeat as many times as you like throughout the day!
For Online Sangha Members
Coming up this week on the Members’ Calendar:
- Morning and Evening Sitting 7:30 am/6 pm Eastern Monday-Friday (and most weekends, check with Janet!)
- Wednesday, May 5, 2021, 7:30-9:00 pm Eastern: Weekly Social Meditation Gathering. (Open to all! Email Janet for the link!)
- Saturday, May 8, 2021, 9:00-9:30 am Eastern: Maitri Bhavana (Healing and Contemplation Practices)
- Saturday, May 8, 2021, Sadhana of Mahamudra, 7:30-8:30 pm Eastern.
- Sunday, May 9, 2021, 10-11 am Eastern Sunday Morning Curriculum Study Group. This week we will explore the Lojong Slogan “Don’t be jealous.” (Video coming midweek on the blog!)
Please visit our Online Sangha Members’ Area here (sign in required) to see the calendar with links for the Weekly Online Social Meditation Gatherings, Sunday Morning Curriculum Study Circle, Daily Sangha Sitting Schedule, and upcoming Sadhana of Mahamudra practices, as well as the Videoblog Archive and Weekly Practices and Contemplations from our Sunday Morning Curriculum Study Circle.
As always, the website calendar is updated regularly and you can watch for those updates here.
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From the Lojong Slogan, Don’t wallow in self pity, which members of our Online Sangha discussed on Sunday morning.
When we take ourselves too seriously and we have a strong agenda, we start to build our case and a story about why something should go a certain way, but reality is the ultimate bureaucracy, it can’t be challenged, things are as they are, we can fight with that all we like…it wouldn’t change anything. Things are the way they are, so can we open our heart to say “Let me relate to reality as it really is. Let me see things as they really are.”
What would it be like to open your heart in this way and invite yourself to relate to reality as it really is, to see things as they really are?
A daylong study of the ancient practice known as Lojong. Register here.
As you go about your day…
What do you notice as you do this?! What, if anything, feels different afterwards?
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