Here we will explore the way that our desire for things and our desire to get rid of things is a powerful lens through which we experience stress.
In this class we will explore the three classical desires and how they are part of creating stress: desires for sense pleasure, the way we look for status, and the desire not to feel things.
This class will be focused on interrupting obsessive desire as a way to interrupt and end stress.
This will be an overview of the cycle of dependent origination and how to interrupt it so that it ends in peace rather than stress.
This class will explore the elephants foot print and the 8-Fold Noble path: why all of the teachings that are included in the Noble 8-Fold Path are used as a metaphor for the elephants foodprint.
This class will focus on connected view and thought and illuminate that the way that we think about things has an impact on what we do
This class will focus on connected action, and livelihood, Look at the precepts we keep and what happens when harmlessness is an important value in terms of the choices we make.
This class will focus on Connected Speech – principles and practice speaking in ways that are honest, useful and support the kinds of relationships we value.
The video/Peer lead discussion will focus on presence as key aspect of generosity. It isn't what you give, it is your presence and being that is the real gift.