Ehipassiko — Come and See for Yourself
And Now What? How to Bring Your Practice into Life
Wednesdays: March 4, 11, 25; April 1
March 4, 2015
07:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Online registration is now closed.
Walk-in registration is available via cash or check.
This four week course will provide experiential and practice experience for both new and old students of the Dhamma. The course will focus on how practice on the cushion and in daily life work together to make our engagement with the Dhamma a truly lived practice, and it will offer ways to sustain and encourage a daily sitting practice, as well as using awareness moment by moment, in our lives off the cushion.
We will look at setting intentions, opening to the practice of Dana and Metta, practicing the Precepts for heart gladdening and opening, chanting, taking the Three Refuges, practicing with the Four Postures, using the breath as our bridge and guide from sitting to daily life practice. Emphasis will be placed on sangha and spiritual friendship.
The course will allow ample time for sharing, questions and learning from each other.
Registration fee includes teacher support.
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Rosemary has been a meditator for more than 30 years. She was introduced to the dharma in 2003 at the first Insight Meditation Society POC retreat, an event she attended annually for the next ten years. Her experience in 2013 of IMS’ three-month retreat both deepened her practice and created a commitment to attend a month-long vipassana meditation retreat every year. She completed Larry Yang’s two year Commit2Dharma study program and began teaching insight meditation at New York Insight after her graduation from Spirit Rock’s fourth Community Dharma Leaders Program. In addition, she recently completed her tenure as President of the Board at Insight Meditation Society in Barre, MA. Rosemary is grateful for all that this practice provides.