Mudita Sangha

with DaeJa

Taking refuge in the practice. Please join us on the second Sunday of each month.

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The welcome bell will ring and Noble Silence will begin at:

3:00 pm – Welcome bell rings inviting Noble Silence

3:10 pm – Dharma Reflections

3:30 pm – Sitting Meditation

4:15 pm – Walking Meditation

4:30 pm – Sitting Meditation

4:45 pm – Questions and discussion about life & practice

5:00 pm – Closing bell rings

Sponsored by the Northwest Meditation Committee

To learn more about the Mudita Sangha,
please contact daeja.napier@gmail.com

Schedule

At-Home: One Day Retreat with DaeJa

Sunday, 7:00 am – 4:00pm PDT

September 19, 2021 – “Equanimity: Living in the Eye of the Storm”

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This retreat will focus on the cultivation of equanimity. The practice of equanimity is likened to the eye of a storm. It offers refuge from fear and reactivity. With a calm, engaged presence, we can face the changing conditions of our lives. Equanimity relieves anxiety in the face of uncertainty. It supports living with heartfelt acceptance of everything we cannot change.

Sponsored by the Northwest Meditation Committee

Interview

At Home: Guardians of the Heart: Insight Meditation and the Sublime Abodes

October 2 – 9, 2021

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“If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change.” Buddha

Through the practice of Insight Meditation (vipassana), we begin to see deeply into the miracle of our own human mind and body process, As a result, our whole life begins to change in ways that guide our responses to ourselves and others with increasing insight and love.

The four sublime states (brahma-viharas) are natural expressions of an awakening heart. They are loving-kindness (metta), compassion (karuna), appreciative-joy (mudita) and equanimity (upekkha). These mind and heart liberating teachings, attitudes and practices function as guardians and protectors – while supporting the greater good in each moment.

As antidotes to fear (anxiety), aversion (judgment and ill-will) and clinging (attachment) – they bring increasing balance, ease, trust and fluidity to the way we respond to the “ten thousand joys and ten thousand sorrows” that come and go throughout this precious existence.

Sponsored by Southern Dharma Retreat Center

Interview

At Home: Weekend Retreat
December 4 & 5, 2021
Saturday & Sunday – 7:00-4:00 Pacific Time
“Love and Liberation”

More info to come

Sponsored by the Northwest Meditation Committee

Interview