Monday, February 6, 2017
Day of Mindfulness February 18, 2017
SANGHA AS A REFUGE
FLOWING WITH THE RIVER, WALKING ON THE EARTH
Together, we will explore how we define sangha, the nature of sangha, and how the refuge of sangha can penetrate and help to heal ourselves and the world.
Such community practices as Dharma sharing, meditation, contemplation, touching the earth, deep relaxation, and song, are tools we can use to nurture joy and look deeply, and to hold with care our personal and collective suffering, in order to transform and heal.
Facilitated by Tom Duva and members of the PoJama Sangha.
Chairs and Cushions Available.
Lunch is around 1:00-2:00pm: bring your own vegetarian lunch. We eat together in mindfulness and silence.
Saturday February 18th, 10:00am-4:30pm. Come for all or part of the Day.
At The Riverside Church, 20-T. 91 Claremont Avenue, NY, NY
Please do not wear fragrances.
Tom Duva is a co-founder of the PoJama Sangha in Connecticut, which formed in 1997. He received Ordination into the Order of Interbeing in August 2007.