BodhiHeart Sangha

Dharma & Meditation in Seattle

Monday Class

Intro to Dharma and Meditation:

Consumerism and the Eight Trivial Pursuits

  • Mondays, 7 – 8:30pm
  • On Capitol Hill in Seattle
  • Nov. 12, 19, 26 (No class Dec 3)

Can’t make all these dates? No problem.
We record classes so you can catch up.

1111 Harvard Ave. Entrance on Seneca.
$45 (students, under 25, low income: $25)

This 3-class series can be taken by itself as a general, stand alone introduction to Buddhism. It is also a segment of Bodhiheart’s year long course on Dharma that covers all of the basic teachings of Buddhism.

♦  Breathing meditation, contemplative meditation, Dharma talks and small group discussion

♦  For those who consider themselves Buddhist and for those who do not

♦  Bodhiheart’s foundation program and the heart of our community

♦  We recommend that, at a minimum, students attend this one-year series at least once; better, twice!

Taught by Ven. Dhammadinna and Tenzin Jesse, this series offers an experience of the meditations and insights of the Dharma. Classes include practice in the Burmese Vipassana tradition as well as teachings in the Tibetan tradition.

We will deepen our ability to work with painful emotions and moods, enhancing optimism, patience and even-mindedness in the face of habitual tendencies toward frustration and dissatisfaction.

Dharma practice enables us to bring all our experiences, both pleasant and unpleasant, into the path of compassion and provides a tool box of practical antidotes for dysfunctional thoughts and feelings. Meditation brings clarity and awareness to our mental states, body and feelings, enhancing control over our experiences and offering us a stable and peaceful happiness that radiates outward to benefit all those with whom we come in contact.

Email us to register
bodhi.community@gmail.com

Upcoming topics:

Working with emotions

A Life of Conscious Choice or Relentless Distraction

Kick Starting A Dharma Practice

Karma and the Technology of Happiness

Personal Integrity in a  Complicated World

Working with Anger