We think of our ego as our “self,” as “me,” who we are and what we have. Buddhism teaches us that our suffering is caused by clinging to this mistaken idea. In our upcoming Mitra Talk Mitra Lee Worley will discuss what it means to hold the principal witness.
Amidst the anxiety and busyness of moving day with her husband and two children, a woman discovers how mindfulness and awareness transforms her experience of change.
Taught by Acharya Lhakpa Tshering, a Buddhist monk, scholar, and meditation master, this course gives you a practical introduction to the skills needed to confidently practice meditation in your own life and on your own time. Topics include how to sit for a meditation session, overcome common obstacles like forgetfulness, dullness, and so on, and different techniques for calming the mind. You will learn all the details of this traditional Buddhist meditation, make an in-depth exploration of your mind, and perhaps even come to know yourself beyond the thoughts and labels that obscure your true being.