KSD: Meditation with the Body - A Talk by David Parker

September 21st

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    Room: Online (Portland's Zoom)

    Many of us spend our meditation sessions working with our busy minds: noticing we are lost in thought and coming back to the present moment, noticing and coming back, noticing and coming back. Unlike our amazing minds, our bodies are always choicelessly in the present moment. In meditation practice, we can count on that, and relax our minds into our bodies and bodily sensations, whether pleasant or unpleasant.

    David Parker started meditating with the Boston Shambhala Center in 1988, and has been with Portland Shambhala since 1994.  He is currently serving as Meditation Instructor Coordinator on our Practice and Education Committee.  He is retired from biomedical research, and attempting to shift from doing to being.  

    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


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