For Inquiring Minds & Hearts
Do you have questions about points raised in IMCC Dharma talks? About your meditation practice? Or about bringing the Dharma (Teaching) to your ethical and other real-life issues? Everyone who is serious about spiritual practice does sometimes. Many people, however, ignore their questions because asking in a group is daunting. This is a great pity! Your practice and understanding are far too important to take a back seat to hesitation. You deserve as much support as possible. This is why IMCC has initiated “For Inquiring Minds & Hearts.” Facilitated by IMCC teacher Susan Stone, “For Inquiring Minds & Hearts” gives you a way to ask your questions one on one and receive responses individually. Here’s how it works:
Here is an example of a question and background information:
You may submit more than one question, but only one at a time, please. Your question will be treated confidentially. Susan, or where appropriate, another IMCC teacher will respond to you individually by email.
Inquiring Minds & Hearts—the online column
To enable others to benefit, some of the questions and responses will be posted in the online FIM&H column. If your question is selected for posting, we request your permission in the form below to use your first name. If you don't give permission, the posting will appear anonymously.
To ask your question, click here.
For Inquiring Minds & Hearts: