w/ Madeline Klyne &/or Paul Cheevers .:. Metta (Loving Friendliness) can be strengthened through formal and daily life practices. We learn patience and steadiness of heart to nurture goodwill. Metta practice can allow us to experience a softening of our hearts which opens our experience of daily life to tenderness, warmth and love.
The Buddha taught systematic, integrated practices that shift the heart out of separation and contraction into a more grounded connection with all beings. These practices cultivate four lovely, precious and powerful qualities of being. The four qualities of Love (Metta), Compassion (Karuna), Appreciative Joy (Mudita) and Equanimity (Upekkha) are practiced and nurtured in this class as our Divine Homes.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced meditator, come join us. Each class includes guided Metta meditation and Q&A
This is a Drop-In Class — NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED — Please donate at the door.