Ehipassiko — Come and See for Yourself
Writing Our Way to Wisdom
Thursdays: November 13, 20; December 4
Drop-in attendance welcome
November 20, 2014
07:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Online registration is now closed.
Walk-in registration is available via cash or check.
In this workshop, we will explore writing as a way to find our own path, our own insights and intentions. The Buddha described three kinds of Wise Intention: letting go, loving-kindness, and harmlessness or compassion. This won’t be a writing workshop in which work will be critically evaluated. Together we will create a safe, judgment-free space for discovery and contemplation.
This workshop is suitable for all. No writing experience is necessary to enjoy the process, and privacy and boundaries will be respected.
*Registration fee does not include teacher support/dana.
Teacher support: Suggested starting donation is $15 per session 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).
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Tracy Cochran is an editor of Parabola magazine. Her articles have appeared in The New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Boston Review, O: The Oprah Magazine, New York Magazine, Publishers Weekly, Psychology Today, and other publications. Her stories have been included in anthologies including The Best Spiritual Writing series; Writing for Their Lives; and Sacred Voices: Essential Women’s Wisdom Through the Ages. In addition to working in publishing and in the film industry, she is certified as a Community Dharma Leader by the Spirit Rock Meditation Center, teaching mindfulness meditation and mindful writing retreats in the greater New York area.