The Practice of Metta: Connectng With Our Natural Goodness
This retreat will offer practices to open our hearts and connect with our natural goodness. As we cultivate metta, we cultivate self-acceptance, self-compassion, and the possibility and willingness to allow the natural disposition of our kind hearts to shine forth in all aspects of our lives. This non-residential retreat will include periods of instruction, sitting meditation, walking meditation, meetings with the teacher, and dharma talks.
Susie Harrington teaches meditation nationwide and is the guiding teacher for Desert Dharma, which serves many communities in the Southwest near her home in Moab, Utah. She has trained in the Insight tradition since 1989, and in 2005 was invited into teaching by Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein, and Guy Armstrong. Her teaching is deeply grounded in the body and often emphasizes the expression of mindfulness in speech and daily life. Susie brings the skills of inquiry, relational dharma, and the psychological/ spiritual interface from her training in Hakomi Therapy and the Diamond Approach. Believing nature to be a profound teacher, and a gateway to our true self, the often offers retreats outside. For more information on Susie Harrington, see: desertdharma.org
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