Ehipassiko — Come and See for Yourself
Writing Our Way to Wisdom
October 25, 2014
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Online registration is now closed.
Walk-in registration is available via cash or check.
In this daylong 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.
In addition to the daylong, there will be three Thursday evening sessions ( November 13, 20; December 4). Please feel welcome to register for all or some.
*Registration fee does not include teacher support/dana.
Teacher support: Suggested starting donation for an evening 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).
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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.