Sun, Mar 19|
Chenrezig Tibetan Buddhist Center of PHL
Sunday Sangha: Meditation and Dharma
Join us every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. EST for meditation and dharma in-person or virtually via Zoom. The center will open at 9 a.m. for silent meditation.
Time & Location
Mar 19, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Chenrezig Tibetan Buddhist Center of PHL, 954 N Marshall St, Philadelphia, PA 19123, USA
About the Event
SUNDAY SANGHA: Meditation and dharma.
10a.m. - 11:30a.m.
Silent meditation 9 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. in-person and on Zoom (sound will be off for Zoom, sound will turn on for Sangha at 10 a.m.)
March 19, 2023 led by Brandon Everett
All are welcome!
Masks required for in-person attendance.
To join via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 878 4029 4397 / Passcode: 355743
Schedule (subject to change):
-Guided Meditation (about 10 minutes) Short Break
-Dharma Talk: Living Wisdom: the Body as a Path of Meditation
-Closing prayers/dedication of merit
More about the topic: Living Wisdom: the Body as a Path of Meditation
“There is no place of pilgrimage as fabulous and as open as this body of mine. No place more worth exploring.” - Saraha
Moment by moment, through life’s unfolding, the body is only ever present with what is.
As such, your body is in a constant state of meditation.
Whether your intention in practicing meditation is relief from stress and anxiety, recovering from trauma, or realizing the heights of spiritual awakening and enlightenment, all such endeavors inevitably bring us back into connection with ourselves and life through the body.
In this Sunday Sangha Brandon will discuss how being fully embodied is a support and the ultimate end of the path of meditation. He will also lead a guided meditation centered on reconnecting with and exploring the body.
*Indian Yogi of the Late 8th Century, and Founder of the Mahamudra lineage of Tibetan Buddhism
Brandon Everett is a Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher based out of the Manayunk section of Philadelphia. He is a graduate of ClearLight Meditation Institute's 2-year, 900-hour Meidtation Teacher Training. His current dharmic influences include the Radical Dzocghen of Longchenpa and the Somatic Meditation / Kagyu Lineage as expressed by Reggie Ray. He is a practicing Hospice Nurse. He is blessed and supported by the presence of his son, Oliver, and his wife, Jen.
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