We are meeting in person at 717 Rugby Rd in the Unitarian Universalist sanctuary and on Zoom.
Choppy Ocean Mind Compassion
Being human, we will experience choppy waves on the ocean - waves of confusion, anxiety, anger, and grief that accompany our thoughts, our views. Tossed by this rough water, what can we remember?
“Nothing whatsoever is to be clung to as I or mine. Whoever practices this has practiced all the teachings, whoever realizes it has realized all the teachings.”
In Buddhist practice, all traditions speak about nonclinging; all traditions point toward the nature of awareness and freedom as release from clinging.
We remember that beneath the storm’s surface lies deep stillness, a great natural, expansive beauty. Compassion for ourselves, for all beings, can loosen, expand awareness - developing a mind that does not cling to anything.
To join by zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/380465452?pwd=SjdqQUh0aW4xQzJMTG9pOUJHTnl2dz09
Meeting ID: 380 465 452
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