Does your mind seem to “be all over the place”? Do you find yourself worrying a lot? Do you feel easily overwhelmed and filled with anxiety? Do you obsess about “shoulds’” and “coulds’” and, therefore, find it hard to focus?
Buddhist teachings and practices have long addressed ways to be with such emotions and thoughts. In this one-day, we gather to work with worry and anxiety: how to be with these emotions and engage with practices which can foster calm and ease in both body and mind.
Dharma teachings, meditations, group discussions and experiential exercises are offered.
Open to all
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Rev. Keiryū Liên Shutt is a Dharma heir in the Shunryu Suzuki lineage. Drawing from her monastic practices in the U.S. and overseas, she endeavors to share ways in which the deep settledness of traditional practices can be brought into everyday life. Based at San Francisco Zen Center, Liên also teaches at East Bay Meditation Center and other Bay Area groups. To access talks, schedule a practice discussion (PD), and other retreat or workshop information, please go to accessToZen.org.
For a taste of Rev. Shutt's teaching copy and paste the following link into your browser to view an article originally published in Buddhadharma: https://www.lionsroar.com/ask-the-teachers-am-i-supposed-to-stop-thinking/