San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
WHO ARE WE REALLY?
Finding the Gifts of Imperfection
We spend much time and energy holding together an image of who we believe we’re supposed to be, or might like to be, while inside we push away those thoughts and feelings that don't neatly fit the image.
In coming together, we will explore a sense of wholeness that can never be lost or broken, and learn new ways to let this shine through the cracks and imperfections of our everyday lives.
This day-long session will be led by experienced teachers in the Zen tradition, skilled in helping individuals and groups explore in-most concerns. Activities will include meditation, guided writing exercises, and open-hearted discussion.
What to bring: Please remember to bring a bag lunch and cash or check for traditional Dana (donation) for the teachers. There are chairs, zafus, and zabutons on-site. Wear comfortable clothes. This day will include meditation, discussion, and creative writing. Bring something to write on and with.
Scholarships: No one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you wish to attend and would like full or part scholarship, do not use Event Brite. Register directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Allison Warren at (925) 322-3140
CEU Credit for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists: Five hours of CEU credit is available for licensed Marriage and Family Therapists; the cost is an additional $25.00 payable at the door.
Public Transportation Information: http://511.org/
Ride Sharing Information:We are experimenting with a new carpooling system. To register as either a rider or a driver, and search for matches to this event: https://www.carpoolworld.com/carpooling.html?c=everydayzen
When & Where
We invite you to visit our website for more information about future programs.
The Everyday Zen Foundation is dedicated to sharing the Zen attitude, spirit and
practice with the world - to listening to the world, to changing it, and being changed by it.
It is guided by the teachings of Zoketsu Fischer. (www.everydayzen.org).