What the Buddha Taught: Four Foundations of Mindfulness (Online Sat 9:30-11:30 am))

with Alison Driscoll & Richard Driscoll

May 2nd—May 9th

Date details +
  • $30 Supported
  • $45 Program Price
  • $60 Patron price
Room: Library or other space

A Zoom link will be sent for this Online Class

The Four Foundations of Mindfulness encompass the range of experience we have as human beings: being in a body; feeling-sensation; mental & emotional activity; & interacting with others & the world, or outer phenomena.

During this day of practice & study of the Four Foundations, we will practice cultivating stable and clear awareness moment-to-moment & explore the traditional teachings on this subject, employing guided meditation & direct experience of each of the four, & the of the interweave between embodiment, sensations, feelings, thoughts, and actions. 

 

Join us each month in this year long study of Buddhism. 

June 6, 2020
What the Buddha Taught: Karma, the 12 Nidanas, and Auspicious Coincidence

July 11, 2020
What the Buddha Taught: Meditation, Wisdom and Conduct

August 1, 2020
What the Buddha Taught: Profound View and Vast Action

September 12, 2020
What the Buddha Taught: The Heart Sutra

October 3, 2020
What the Buddha Taught: Absolute and Relative Bodhicitta

November 7, 2020
What the Buddha Taught: The Six Paramitas

December  5, 2020
What the Buddha Taught: Lojong Practice

January 9, 2021
What the Buddha Taught: Vajrayana, the Union of Wisdom and Skillfulness