Equanimity: A 5-Week In-Depth Class
“Equanimity is not insensitivity, indifference, or apathy. It is simply non-preferential. Under its influence, one does not push aside the things one dislikes or grasp at the things one prefers. The mind rests in an attitude of balance and acceptance of things as they are.”
—Sayadaw U Pandita, A Perfect Balance
Class Dates: Wednesdays, March 8 – April 12, 2017 (no class on March 22)
Time: 6:30–8:30 pm
In these difficult and challenging times, bringing balance, neutrality, and a dispassionate attitude to life will only help us all to manage the stress, strengthen non-reactivity, and bring us closer to peace, wisdom, and greater compassion. We will be more energized to take action.
The class will consist of meditation, dharma talks, discussion, and reflective exercises.
TCMC Fee: 30 or $7/class plus Dana — a Pali word meaning generosity — for the teacher. Please continue to support Lhasha in continuing to offer these 2,600-year-old priceless teachings of the Buddha.
Where: TCMC, 1231 E. Edison, Tucson
Directions: One block S. of Grant, 2 houses west of Mountain Ave. Please park a block away from the center. If you can’t walk that far, feel free to park in the driveway.
To Register: Go to tucsonmeditation.org or send check (payable to TCMC), along with your email and phone #, to TCMC c/o Equanimity PO Box 43415 Tucson, AZ 85733.
Contact: Lhasha Tizer, email@example.com.