KSD: Getting Unstuck – Dissolving the Stories We’ve Created w Ron Schultz

April 20th

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    Room: Online (Portland's Zoom)

    Kitchen Sink Dharma:
    Getting Unstuck – Dissolving the Stories We’ve Created
    An interactive talk with Ron Schultz

    Where in your life do you get stuck most often? In many cases, we have learned to hold on to those places for dear life. But is that grasping really helping us or just an attempt to keep us stuck where we are? This evening’s KSD taps into the sticky stuff that keeps us from moving to a place of greater resilience. Join us for this interactive conversation where we will discuss how to gently dissolve the stories we tell ourselves and those we’ve made most solid.

    Ron Schultz has been a Shambhalian for nearly three decades. He is the author of gazillions of published books including Creating Good Work, Open Boundaries, and The Complex Buddhist – Doing Good in a Challenging World.


    About Kitchen Sink Dharma:
    How can our teachings and meditation practice enable us to meet the challenges of everyday life with open minds and hearts? Join us 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 7 to 8:30 pm for:
        • Guided meditation
        • An interactive dharma talk and discussion


    Zoom Meeting ID: 817 700 397  |  Passcode: 108

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