The Buddha's Teaching on Self / Non Self & the Taste of Freedom
Through mindfulness and investigation, we develop insight into how we cause ourselves unnecessary suffering by defending our limited view of me, myself, and mine.
In this class through the practice of mindfulness, we will explore the three characteristic of non-self, impermanence and suffering. These are key teachings of the Buddha for uncovering the liberating potential of mindfulness practice.
We will reflect through our practice on the meaning of "No self, No problem".
Insights into the three characterizes are supported by the cultivation of stability, non-harming and generosity. As we find the courage to turn toward present moment experience with mindfulness, we find freedom from the habits of mind that cause harm to ourselves and others.
There will be meditation instruction, talks, time for question and group sharing.
Through mindfulness practice, classical Buddhist teachings, and the science of modern research, we will look at the inherent limits and dissatisfaction of self-cherishing views.
This is class is open to students who have some mediation and mindfulness experience.
*Payment arrangements are available. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
1430 Olympic Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Please note: Parking is metered every day from 9AM - 6PM, except on Sunday.
*This site is equipped with a chair lift for persons with limited mobility.
Sliding scale from $180 to $300 per person.
Please pay at the highest level of the sliding scale that you can afford. This helps us make sure those who pay less can attend.
Whatever you pay above the lowest end of the sliding scale is a tax-deductible donation to InsightLA.
Please note: There are many ways to attend InsightLA classes and events. If you are unable to pay the suggested registration price, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.