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A Buddhism of Breath & Bone: How Do We Use Emotions & Our Senses to Help Ot...
Wed, April 5, 2017, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM CDT
In an academic community, our lives can be filled with lectures by experts. But how about conversations, talking together about difficult things like vulnerability and suffering? This four-part series of talks is meant to be a gathering where we can share experiences with vulnerability and suffering, learning and presence, in a public but informal way.
Rev. Greene is head priest of the Spring Green Zen Dojo, as well as a hospital chaplain and medical educator.
Apr 5th Topic: How do we use emotions and our senses to help others?
We are part of a university community, a place where reason, intellect, and analysis are prized as tools of problem-solving. But what do we do in the face of problems where such habits of the mind don’t seem to hold enough power?