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“Just as the great ocean has one taste, the taste of salt, so also this teaching… has one taste, the taste of liberation.”
The Buddha

Upcoming Residential Retreats

 
 
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Sept. 29-Oct. 4, 2022, What the Buddha Taught, at Spirit Rock Meditation Center with Anushka Fernandopulle, Gullu Singh, and Tina Clay (movement)


Nov. 27-Dec. 2, 2022, The Heart of Awareness, at Spirit Rock Meditation Center with Anushka Fernandopulle, John Martin, and Hakim Tafari (movement)


Dec. 8-13, 2022, Heartfelt Wisdom, at Insight Meditation Society with Pascal Auclair

January 1-31, 2023, Forest Refuge, Insight Meditation Society with Winnie Nazarko

February 4-11, 2023, Befriending the World through Mindfulness, Insight Meditation Society, Bonnie Duran, Tempel Smith, and Kristina Bar

March 3-6, 2023, Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Retreat: Honoring (Y)our Doorways to the Dharma, Insight Meditation Society, with Yong Oh and Melanie Cherng  

 

April 11-18, 2023, Embodying Kindness and Wisdom, Insight Meditation Society, with Rebecca Bradshaw and Greg Scharf

April 21-28, 2023, Recognizing Natural Awareness, Insight Meditation Society, with Carol Wilson, Greg Scharf, and Devin Berry

May 8-14, 2023, True North Insight Retreat, with Pascal Auclair (link to come)

May 20-29, 2023, Finding the Present Moment, Insight Meditation Society, with Carol Wilson, Winnie Nazarko and Roxanne Dault

July 2-10, 2023, Unification of Mind: Concentration Retreat, Insight Meditation Society, with Winnie Nazarko

 

Dharma Talks, Daylongs, and Other Events

 

Ongoing Offerings

 

 

Insight Meditation Society, BIPOC Online Weekly Sangha (Click here for schedule)


South Asian Buddhist Sangha, Online Third Sunday of Each Month, 4-5:30 PT/ 7-8:30 ET, taught by Anushka Fernadopulle, Neesha Patel, Gullu Singh, Pawan Bareja, and Tara Mulay

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"She saw that arising arose, abided, and fell away... She saw that knowing this arose, abided, and fell away. Then she knew there was nothing more than this, no ground... nothing to lean upon at all, and no one leaning, and she opened the clenched fist in her mind and let go and fell into the midst of everything."
Abbess Teijitsu
from "Women of the way" by Sallie Tisdale