This daylong program is being held for participants in the Fall FCM Dharma Path Intensive, Deconstructing the Myth of Self, Part 3. Those that have taken this Intensive in the past are also invited to attend.
We have now spent the better part of a year in this intensive carefully observing the manifestation of self in our personal lives and the drama of self that causes us so much suffering. Most recently we have explored the teachings on self from the perspective of Buddhist psychology and are beginning to see that the existence of a solid, permanent, autonomous self is a mistaken view. Even so, we may be still be finding that we have a deep clinging to the notion of a self and that its attachments and aversions are continuing to play havoc in our lives. In this daylong we will focus on how to use the 19th century Tibetan Buddhist teacher, Lama Mipham’s meditative text, The Wheel of Investigation and Meditation That Thoroughly Purifies Mental Activity so we can cut through our attachment to this delusive self to allow us to truly live a life of freedom.
This Daylong Program will be led by the intensive leaders, Ken Lenington and Betsy Arizu.
It is open for registration ONLY to FCM members who are currently registered in the Deconstructing the Myth of Self Intensive or who have participated in this FCM Intensive in prior years.
It will be held entirely online via Zoom.
Registration is open until Thursday, December 2.
Florida Community of Mindfulness, Tampa Center
6501 N. Nebraska Avenue
Tampa, FL 33604
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St Petersburg Friends on the Path