People of Color Sangha: The Liberating, Loving, and Empowering Truth of Not-Self

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People of Color Sangha: The Liberating, Loving, and Empowering Truth of Not-Self
 
with special guest Tara Mulay
 
Monday, September 7th, 2020 | 7:00pm-9:00pm ET
 

This online talk will explore how a deeper understanding of not-self frees us and supports engaged practice.

The People of Color Sangha sitting group provides instruction in insight meditation and fosters mutual support and understanding among the growing community of people of color who find nourishment and inspiration in the practice of meditation.

No previous meditation experience is required.

Available online by Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/182164298

Or, dial by your location:
+16465588656,,182164298# US (New York)

Meeting ID: 182 164 298
Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/achakHOtPS

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Teacher(s)

Tara Mulay

Tara is the Interim Guiding Teacher of Insight Meditation Center of Pioneer Valley located in Western Massachusetts. She has practiced Insight Meditation since 2003 and has undertaken numerous intensive retreat practice periods in the United States and Myanmar. She is a graduate of Spirit Rock Meditation Center’s Community Dharma Leaders Program and is currently participating in Insight Meditation Society’s 2017-2021 teacher training program. In 2016, she co-founded the San Francisco People of Color Insight Sangha and remained a core teacher with the group until the spring of 2019, when she relocated to Massachusetts. Her root tradition stems from the teachings of Mahasi Sayadaw.