Dhamma Friends – April 21, 2021

Dear sangha friends,

I’m really excited to introduce you to another of my IMS Teacher Training colleagues.

Devon Hase will be joining us for our session on Wednesday, April 21, 2021, at 7 PM (Saskatchewan). Here is a little preview of the discussion:

The Live Wire of Authenticity
We could say that dharma practice offers a kind of live wire of authenticity, a radical knowing of just exactly this moment as it presences in body, heart, and mind. Join us for an evening of experiential excavation of our mutually shared (and yet entirely individual) aliveness.

Please join us for this very special night, part of a series of collaborations with teachers from around the world, which we are calling “Dhamma Friends.”

Please add a note “Dhamma Friends” with any dana you offer on this evening. It will be shared with appreciation among all the teachers.


About our guest

Devon Hase began intensive meditation training in 2000. She has studied at monasteries in Nepal and India, and practices in the Insight and Vajrayana traditions. Currently, Devon teaches at the Insight Meditation Society, Spirit Rock, and throughout North America and Europe. Along with her life partner nico, she co-authored their first book, How Not to Be a Hot Mess: A Survival Guide for Modern Life, which offers six pieces of semi-Buddhist advice to keep you anchored and steady amidst the chaos of modern life. She now lives together with nico in urban retreat in her hometown of Ashland, Oregon. For more info visit www.devonandnicohase.com.