Sliding Scale: Dana Day (by Donation) $0 - 108. Code NU3G18. In these times, we can get caught in positions of fear and hopelessness as we watch the world we once knew
Sliding Scale: Dana Day (by Donation) $0 – 108. Code NU3G18.
In these times, we can get caught in positions of fear and hopelessness as we watch the world we once knew changing before our eyes. A radical turn towards the truth of impermanence can open us to an inner strength that is rooted in Dhamma.
Implementing the Five Indriya (faculties) of Faith, Energy, Mindfulness, Collectedness and Wisdom equips us to meet these challenges, while furthering our capacity to use all experiences for awakening.
Qigong will be offered after the lunch break. The day will be held in Noble Silence with guidance and opportunity for Q&A.
Lunch: Bring lunch for yourself and, if you wish, food to share with the monastics and fellow participants. You will have an opportunity to make offerings to the Ayyas as part of this monastic day of practice. Please bring only vegetarian food to share and please bring any serving utensils your dish requires. If your dish includes nuts, dairy or gluten, please label your dishes. We will have pens and paper on the food offering table for this purpose.
Other donations are also gratefully accepted, so if you would like to bring provisions for Aloka Vihara Forest Monastery, please click here for a dana list.
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