Fearlessness in Everyday Life

with Mark Seibold & Jeremy Andersen

November 7th—December 5th (2017)

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  • $108 Enriching
  • $90 Sustaining
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Room: Main Shrineroom

The fourth in the "In Everyday Life" series, Fearlessness is an experiential exploration of the ways in which fear serves as an obstacle to living our lives fully with confidence and relaxation. Using the Shambhala teachings we learn to work with uncertainty, groundlessness, and anxiety as they arise in day to day situations. Through a study of the traditional Buddhist teachings on impermanence and death and the nature of mind and reality, we learn to see and understand fear and fearlessness more clearly. By daring to face our experience directly we begin to open to the possibility of going beyond hope and fear. Such daring is symbolized by the Garuda, the third of the four dignities or totemic animals of the Shambhala tradition, that hatches fully grown and never lands. Classes include meditation, contemplation, group discussion and dialogue.

This class is part of the Way of Shambhala core curriculum.
Prerequisites: completion of Joy in Everyday Life class or permission of the instructors.

Generosity Policy:  Our intent is to share the teachings with all who are interested in participating, regardless of financial circumstances. If the Sustaining Fee is an obstacle for you, please see our Generosity Policy.