**This course is full and closed for registration.**
January 24, April 19, September 19, December 19
February 14, March 14, May 3, June 13, July 18, August 8, October 18, November 15
March 23, May 20, July 8, September 28
(There may be some minor date changes.)
If we woke up each morning knowing we only had a year to live what would change? How would we greet the day, our partner, our job? Until we are directly confronted with our own mortality most of us live life as if it will never end.
This is a class about living fully each moment of our lives. Over twelve months we will live as though this is our last year. We will reflect upon life and death from the Buddhist perspective incorporating other spiritual traditions as well.
It is a class for people of any age regardless of your health. The class will involve four day-long retreats, through the year, 8 weekend afternoon sessions and some evening sessions for additional support. Between sessions participants will receive readings and exercises for contemplation and reflection.
We encourage participants to be fully committed to this process and not to take the class casually. There will be moments of intense sadness, considerable joy and everything in between.
Guests teachers will include Frank Ostaseski, Allan Lokos, Sebene Selassie and Gina Sharpe.
*Does not include teacher support. For teacher support: Suggested starting donation for an evening/afternoon is $15 and $30 for a daylong but whatever you offer is greatly appreciated and no one is ever turned away for lack of funds. All donations go to support the teacher(s).