In a time of painful political and racial division, polarization, and the slow drift toward dystopia, what do Buddhist thought and practice offer us in our efforts to deepen wellbeing, understanding, engagement, and ethical action?
In this practice and inquiry session, freely offered in support of BCBS, Bhikkhu Anālayo and Rhonda Myozen Magee explore how mindfulness can increase our capacity to address racism and other socially-constructed oppressions and vulnerabilities in our times.
We welcome all who are interested, including experienced Buddhist practitioners and those beginning their first explorations of mindfulness.
The schedule of Zoom meetings for this event (shown in US Eastern Time) is as follows:
Saturday, December 12
10:30 am – 12:00 pm EST
Please check the time of the group meeting in your timezone here.
This event will be recorded and shared after the program.