Ehipassiko — Come and See for Yourself
When Things Fall Apart: The Art of Letting Go
Gary Singer, Joshua Bee Alafia
February 1, 2015
at the Brooklyn Zen Center, 505 Carroll St # 2A, btwn 3rd and 4th Ave.
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
In this daylong retreat, we’ll explore our habitual reactions when life throws us a curve ball. With care and compassion, we will investigate how letting go of how things should be can unburden us.
The registration fee is $25 (cash or check only, please), with the opportunity to offer dana to our teachers, Gary Singer and Joshua Bee Alafia.
The registration fee can be paid on the day of the event. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
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Gary Singer is a teacher of New York Insight and a graduate of the Community Dharma Leader’s teaching program. He’s been practicing vipassanna meditation since 1992 and integrates mindfulness into his psychotherapy practice. As a founder of NYI’s Family Sangha program, he writes and gives workshops on mindfulness, stress reduction, work/life balance, and intercultural/interracial relationships.
Joshua Bee Alafia
Joshua Bee Alafia graduated from UC Santa Cruz in 1995 with a BA in Theatre Arts/Film. He currently is a filmmaker and has worked as a teaching artist teaching film, capoeira, tai chi and mindfulness practice. He is a graduate of the Community Dharma Leaders training through Spirit Rock Meditation Center.