with Nancy Hathaway
Thursday, April 2, 6-8 p.m.
We are delighted to continue our Dharma Talk series on the first Thursday of the month. The evening includes meditation, a talk, discussion, and time for visiting. Tea and snacks will be served.
What is relationship: to self, other, lover, grandchild, turnips!? Join Nancy Hathway for a joyful evening exploring the the essence of relationship. How do we relate to the world, to this moment? In fact, what is this moment? What am I? What are you? What is this? The world is as it is. How do we relate to the ways things are? From the head? From the heart? Emotions are as they are. How do we relate to the human condition? The angry child is as it is. How do I relate to it? The pain in my heart is as it is. How do I relate to it? The world is as it is. How do I relate to the way I am? In fact, is there an “I” to relate to?
Everyone is welcome.
Suggested donation: $5-20.
Nancy Hathaway began her Buddhist studies in 1974, sitting a one-month meditation retreat in Kopan Monastery, a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal. Since that time, she has studied extensively with Asian and Western teachers in the Zen, Theravada, and Tibetan traditions. Nancy has taught meditation for 38 plus years. As a Senior Dharma Teacher in the international Kwan Um School of Zen, she was ordained as a lay Buddhist clergy and pastoral counselor in 1980 at the Providence Zen Center in Cumberland, RI. Nancy also holds a Masters in Education in Counseling Psychology, and she is licensed by the State of Maine as a Pastoral Counselor in the Buddhist tradition.