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Tampa Daylong Retreat with Bryan Hindert

  • 09 May 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • FCM Practice Center, 6501 N. Nebraska Ave, Tampa, FL 33604

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Nourishing Wellbeing Finding Balance in this Digital World

A Daylong Retreat with Bryan Hindert on May 9


Please join us for this Daylong Retreat led by Bryan Hindert on Nourishing Wellbeing Finding Balance in this Digital World.  We will study and practice with the Buddhas Discourse on the Four Kinds of Nutriments as a guide to learn how to utilize what we feed our bodies and our minds in order to cultivate wellbeing.  We will also use this teaching as a lens to look at how and why we are consuming digital media and whether this activity is nourishing us our hindering our wellbeing.  We will discuss how to bring these teachings into our daily lives so we can nourish ourselves throughout the day and find balance in the digital world in which we live.


Our Daylong retreat will involve sitting and walking meditation, Dharma teachings & discussion, guided meditations, mindful movement and other activities. For your own benefit and the benefit of all, we ask that you plan to remain for the entire day.


While this event is free and open to all practitioners, it is necessary to register in advance. Your generosity in providing a donation or Dana for the use of the facility and the support of FCM is gratefully accepted and encouraged, and can be made online or at the door.


 Bryan Hindert has been following the Buddhist path since 2008, when a strong desire to make changes in his life and to   develop a better relationship with his mind drew him to the   Florida Community of Mindfulness. This path has helped Bryan   to transform his life in profound ways and continues to be a source of guidance, support, and joy in all of his endeavors. In addition to helping to develop and lead Wake Up Tampa Bay, a mindfulness and meditation group for people in their 20s and 30s, Bryan has served by teaching classes and presenting on mindfulness and on Buddhism, leading intensive practice periods, and serving as the Assistant to the Teacher.

 

Contact name and email for more information - Kevin Conlin, kevinconlin@gmail.com




Florida Community of Mindfulness, Tampa Center
6501 N. Nebraska Avenue
Tampa, FL 33604

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