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Wednesday Night Open Talks at IDP -Life: Guilt to Gratitude with Kimberly Brown
The Interdependence Project NYC
302 Bowery 3rd Floor, Middle BuzzerNew York, NY 10012
Wed, 3/21/2012, 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Guilty beliefs and feelings create tension and shame and prevent us from opening to our goodness. By examining the nature and causes of guilt, we can begin to shift our view from a basically "bad" and unworthy self, to a valuable and important human being. Embracing our goodness, we can open to our compassion and kindness, resulting in a sense of gratitude and connection with ourselves and others.
Kimberly Brown is a student of Lama Norlha Rinpoche and Ethan Nichtern, a member of the IDP, as well as a graduate of the IDP Teacher Training program. She studies in the traditions of Tibetan and American Buddhism, as well as Kriya Yoga with Alan Finger. Kimberly has degrees in physics and literature, and spent several years in post-graduate training as a psychodynamic psychotherapist.
Wednesday Night Open Talks are a great introduction to Buddhist teachings and an opportunity to meditate in a supportive group setting. Drop by and discover how the principles of meditation can be applied to everyday life while uniting with other practitioners in a receptive and welcoming environment.
Every Wednesday 7:30 - 9:00pm
No Previous Meditation Experience Required.
Bring your friends and hang out for tea afterwards!
$10 -$15 Suggested Donation
(No one will be turned away for lack of funds.)
Cash, Check and Credit Card Payments accepted at the door