PIMC's mindful social action group, Engaging The Dharma (ETD), invites you to a bite-sized workshop on how to support our beautiful local forests in the midst of global warming. While climate change is a global issue, the best place to start fixing it is right here at home! If you love our local forests and green spaces, and you're wondering what you can do to have an impact, this workshop is for you! Please join us Sunday, 8/25, after the Dharma Gathering.
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The next regularly scheduled monthly ETD meeting will be on Sunday, 9/1/19 after the Dharma Talk - 12:30-1:30pm. The monthly ETD meetings are held the first Sunday of every month.
The group will be developing plans for upcoming events and projects over the next few months. Please come, all are welcome.
Please join us for the next meeting of the PIMC "Engaging The Dharma" (ETD) initiative:
DATE/TIME: Sun., Sept. 1 / 12:30-1:30pm (following the Dharma Talk)
LOCATION: PIMC Living Room
In this day-long retreat, we will use meditation, Dharma talks, and some group interaction to assist you in healing whatever self-hatred persists in your life.
Guiding Teacher Robert Beatty and PIMC Teachers Council are pleased to present the Fall 2019 schedule. The teachers have been working for months to develop and coordinate their offerings to provide a diversity of subjects. For more information and to register, click on the links at the bottom of each listing.
We look forward to exploring the Dharma with you!!
Please join PIMC Guiding Teacher Robert Beatty for a very special opportunity to engage deeply with the idea of death as a teacher for living well. The class will consist of meditation sessions, readings, and discussion about opening the heart and engaging life fully.
DATES: 8 Wednesdays - 9/11, 9/25, 10/2, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, 12/4, & 12/18
In this time of divisiveness, taking sides, and creating enemies, we all have the potential to find peace and ease within, to recognize our interconnection to all other beings, and to embrace them all with acceptance and friendliness. It is the practice of Metta that enables this to become our reality, to cut through our conditioning and decades of comparison, judgement and resentment.