*Liberation from Suffering: Buddha’s Four Noble Truths for BIPOC

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*An Online Class Series for Black, Indigenous and People of Color with Mushim Ikeda

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Wednesdays August 11th, 18th, 25th & September 1st, 2021

6:30 - 8:30PM PST (Time Zone Converter)

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What do the basic teachings of Buddhism have to offer BIPOC? The Buddha’s first teaching after his Enlightenment is called the Four Truths for Noble Ones. Together we’ll explore how “The Four Noble Truths” have been and continue to be a deep and empowering way for Black, Indigenous and People of Color and multiracial persons to understand human suffering and oppression, analyze their root causes, and engage as individuals and collectives in moving towards profound spiritual liberation, ease and joy. Dharma talks, mindful journaling, meditation, community building and optional readings. Beginners in meditation are welcome.

Cost: The teachings are regarded as priceless, so they are offered without a fee. You are invited to support the teachings and our efforts by contributing voluntary donations

To offer a gift to support the teachings, please do so Venmo: Mushim Ikeda @MushimPatricia-Ikeda or PayPal: info@mushimikeda.com

To make a gift to sustain the work of East Bay Meditation Center, please do so via Paypal: paypal.me/eastbaymeditation or our website: eastbaymeditation.org/dana 100% of our programming is sliding scale and no one will ever be turned away for lack of funds. Thank you for the gifts of your generosity and for supporting the work of East Bay Meditation Center and our beloved teachers who have volunteered their time.


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Mushim Patricia Ikeda is a core teacher at EBMC. Her Buddhist training has included both monastic and lay experience in North America and Asia since 1982. She teaches Practice in Transformative Action, an award-winning yearlong program of mindfulness training for social justice activists at EBMC, and is the recipient of an honorary doctor of sacred theology degree from the Starr King School for the Ministry. www.mushimikeda.com

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