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Topic: Do Dishes, Rake Leaves – And Don’t Forget the Endless Loads of Laundry

Inspired by a Shambhala Sun magazine article by Karen Maezen Miller, this talk/discussion will look into how daily chores and domestic work can become practical forms of meditation. She says, “When we cultivate nondistracted awareness as a formal practice we call it meditation. When we cultivate it in our home life, we call it the laundry, the kitchen, the yard.” Presented by Daishin Senpai.

We offer complimentary meditation lessons for those new to buddhism. Just arrive 15 min. before 10 a.m. and ask the person at the front desk for the mini lesson.


Visit our main website  at www.bffct.net for Calendar and more information on our beliefs and practices.

 

p.s. REMINDER - Hosted by the Buddhist Faith Fellowship. Even though just one or two people from Meetup have RSVPed, you can expect 35 - 45 people in attendance.

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  • Buddhist Faith F.

    at least 35 people will be in attendance from the BFF of Ct.

    March 21, 2013

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