Tuesday evenings, 7:00-8:30 pm

September 12 - October 31 (8 sessions)

via Zoom

Suggested donation: $100 (scholarships available)

The word "integrity" points to how we might conduct ourselves in harmony with who we are and those with whom we share this world.  Integrity is the foundation of spiritual development and the awakening and liberation from suffering it promises. This 8-week course will explore not only traditional Buddhist ideas of sila, precepts that train us in not harming, but also ways to find the inner compass of our being that can discern a concrete path in life right for us individually, where we are honest with ourselves and others, where duty and enjoyment are in balance, and where we are taking responsibility for the history and conditioning within which we find ourselves embedded. Each class will include 30 minutes of guided meditation, a talk, and a period of discussion.  Students will benefit most from the course who commit themselves to daily meditation.

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September 12, 2023


Dharma Talk - Integrity (sila) can be described as growing in attunement with one's inner and outer self (attuned speech, attuned action, attuned livelihood) and living in harmony with that.

Discussion - Participants discuss how integrity relates to truth and the experience of feeling wholesomeness or unwholesomeness and how we can adjust our behaviors to shift those experiences. 

September 19, 2023


Dharma Talk - Where does the feeling of integrity show up in our bodies?

Discussion - Experiencing wholesomeness and unwholesomeness

September 26, 2023


Dharma Talk