08Sep10:00 AM4:30 PMBuilding Strength, Healing & Celebration: LGBTQI and Sublime StatesOpen to all self-identified LGBTQI folks10:00 AM - 4:30 PM Community Meditation Center Teacher(s): Fresh Lev White; Amma Thanasanti; Patrick Brown No prerequisiteOpen
Date: September 8, 2019; 10:00am - 4:30pm Sliding Scale: $40 - 108. Code FR2D19. Description: Open to all self-identified LGBTQI folks. Love, compassion and sympathetic joy are gateways to peace and freedom. On
Date: September 8, 2019; 10:00am – 4:30pm
Sliding Scale: $40 – 108. Code FR2D19.
Open to all self-identified LGBTQI folks.
Love, compassion and sympathetic joy are gateways to peace and freedom.
On this day, we are coming together as Trans, Gender Expansive, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Questioning, and Intersex folks to discover and practice tools that will support us in navigating the everyday ways we experience suffering individually and globally.
There will be guided meditation, mindful movement, discussion and a community-building potluck lunch. Please bring food to share.
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Fresh "Lev" White
Fresh "Lev" White
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Patrick Brown is an activist, advocate and teacher from Chicago. Patrick moved to California and first came to EBMC in 2010 as a practitioner with the People of Color and Alphabet Sanghas. As an advocate and facilitator, his professional career is focused on racial equity and leadership development and is supported by his practice and the teachings of the Dharma. Patrick completed EBMC’s Commit to Dharma program in 2015 and he is a proud graduate of the Community Dharma Leaders’ fifth cohort (CDL5) training with Spirit Rock. Patrick has served on the POC and Alphabet coordinating committees and recently began teaching both at EBMC and in Sanghas throughout the Bay Area. Patrick is grateful for the deepening of his practice in the EBMC community and committed to expanding access to the Dharma to all beings.