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Monday Night Meditation & Mindful Intelligence Talks with Alan Clements

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Kitsilano Neighbourhood House

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Join us Mondays this fall between 7:00 - 8:15pm for a new extended series on Mindful Intelligence with Alan Clements at Kits House in Kitsilano (West 7th & Vine).

Each week includes a presentation and guided meditation. All are welcome, especially those who are new to meditation.

There is a suggested donation of $20, but no one will be refused for financial reasons. Please come out and bring your friends and join us in cultivating a culture of transformation.





Calendar of talks:

OCTOBER 2: The Ground of Being – Activating the Wisdom of Mindful​ Intelligence & Insight Meditation.

OCTOBER 9: The Action of Self-Awakening: Sustained Mindfulness Meditation Practice and Theory.

​OCTOBER 16​: The Wisdom of Making Relationships the Home of Awakening, ​Love and Meaning.

​OCTOBER 23: ​The Power of Authenticity: The Liberating Art of Being True and Human

​OCTOBER 30: ​ Natural Freedom – Spontaneity and On Having the Courage to Be True to Oneself

​NOVEMBER 20: Integrating Mindfulness and Wisdom: Everywhere, Always​, No Exceptions​

​NOVEMBER 27​:​ Coming Out of the Shadow of Greatness ​: Standing in Fearless Love and Radical Authenticity​

​DECEMBER 4​: Intimate Communion ​and Mindful Sexuality - Living in a State of Love, Openness and Beauty

​DECEMBER 11: ​The Art, Ethics and Wisdom of Sharing Your World Dharma Wisdom of Mindfulness Training





About the series:

Awakening world dharma rests upon the recognition that 'life is never alone.' We are always in a state of relatedness.
In other words, there is no place one can stand to be outside of life looking in at it, no matter how we might try.

We are life. Life is us. I am my relationships. My relationships are me. We are alive within a whole universe of interrelated life.

From this understanding, the central tenet of world dharma empowers relationships as the most sacred space for spiritual awakening and the evolution of higher freedom.

All ways and means of opening the heart prepare us for the liberating intimacy of mutual being — us right now.

In this special series of Tuesday Night Talks and Meditations we will explore the nature of “interrelated presence” – the world dharma view that points to the participatory intelligence that on the one hand honors our uniqueness and on the other respects that we are in relationship to everything all the time.

Here we will delve into the transformational dynamics of interpersonal awakening through the wisdom of mindful intelligence - finding liberation through living in each and every circumstance we face.





About Alan Clements:

Alan is an author, insight meditation and mindfulness guide, spoken word artist, and World Dharma teacher. One of the first Westerners to become a Buddhist monk in Burma, he now works for global peace, respect for human rights and environmental sanity, while sharing his contemporary understanding of Buddhist meditation and liberation around the world.

Clements has played a prominent role in supporting Burma’s non-violent struggle for freedom and democracy, known as a “revolution of the spirit.” He co-authored The Voice of Hope, Conversations with Burma's Nobel Peace laureate, Aung San Suu Kyi and is soon to bring out a new edition of the book titled, Myanmar After Dictatorship: Aung San Suu Kyi and Burma's Voices of Freedom.

Alan is also the author of a number of additional books, CDs, and films, and has been interviewed for ABC Australia, CBC Canada, Global National, CBS Nightline, Talk to America, the New York Times, Time and Newsweek magazines, Yoga Journal, Conscious Living, Utne Reader, and numerous other media worldwide.

In addition, Alan has presented at Mikhail Gorbachev’s State of The World Forum, The Soros Foundation, The United Nations Association of San Francisco, and a keynote address at the John Ford Theater in L.A. for Amnesty International’s 30th year anniversary.

www.AlanClements.com

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