An evening with Nathan Glyde
The Buddhist teachings guide us to relieve our suffering via a path of calmness (samatha) and investigation (vipassanā) radically changing how we relate to life. We could say that all the practices of this path incline us towards immeasurable qualities of heart. These boundless warm and caring ways of relating (often called brahmavihārās) are fruits of practice, yet they can also be profound and powerful ways of practicing. These practices start right where we find ourselves, and extend into profound liberation and well-being.
This evening we will explore ways of practicing that resource well-being here and now, and guide us on this path of “lasting happiness and well-being” towards the peace of a boundless heart.
Please join us for this event, you are all welcome.
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About Nathan Glyde
Nathan began meditating in 1997, and teaching retreats in 2007. From continued exploration grew a deep love for meditation’s alive stillness and creative silence. Feeling the potential for all of life to play a part in awakening opened an interest to cultivate attentiveness in every experience. In 2004 this led to the co-founding of SanghaSeva.org to offer retreats combining meditation with social and environmental action. Nathan’s complete teaching schedule can be viewed at DependentOrigination.org
Dana for Nathan
This evening is freely given, but we encourage you to offer Dana to Nathan Glyde so that he have financial support during this period. He lives and teaches by Dana only.
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