Way of Shambhala: Fearlessness in Everyday Life
with Kim Kelso
March 10 / 11:30 AM - April 14 / 1:30 PM
FEARLESSNESS in Everyday Life
with Kim Kelso
FEARLESSNESS is represented by the Garuda, a mythical bird that is born in space and soars in vastness. Extending beyond hope and fear, we find the immeasurable mind. This class will be an experiential presentation, rather than a scholarly one, using meditation to open to the groundlessness, uncertainty, and creativity of the world as it is. By exploring the emotions of hope and fear, we learn to soar fearlessly like the mythical bird known as the Garuda.
Each class allows for an open discussion. Themes covered in this course include groundlessness, impermanence and death, hope and fear, and the mahayana teachings of emptiness and bodhicitta.
Fearlessness in Everyday Life is the 4th class in the Way of Shambhala I series of classes. The class is being directed by Kim Kelso. Dates for the class are March 10, 17th, 31st, April 7th and 14th. The class runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. A pre-requisite for this class is the preceding class Joy in Everyday Life. You must have attended at least 3 of the JIEL classes to move forward with Fearlessness.
Suggested Donation: $60* (Members: $50). Make-up sessions will be available for missed classes; however, it is necessary to attend at least 3 of the scheduled classes.
*Generosity Policy applies, which invites participants to donate more or less than the suggested price as they are able.