The in-person registration for this retreat has reached capacity. You can still register to attend online.
This program will be hosted both in-person and online (hybrid). This is the registration page to join Narayan Helen Liebenson in person at our Center in Cambridge. (Register here if you prefer to attend online.)
In-person space is limited. Registration will close at 12:00 pm on Friday, May 19. Walk-in registrations will not be available. A vegetarian lunch will be provided. Masks will be optional.
Equanimity is the cultivation of a balanced heart in the midst of change. The Buddha described the ways we are pushed around by the conditions in life as the teaching of the Eight Worldly Winds. These “winds” include praise and blame, gain and loss, pleasure and pain, and fame and disrepute. Equanimity makes it possible to respond to our ever-changing experiences with less reactivity and with greater wisdom and compassion.
This daylong retreat will be an exploration of what it means to cultivate equanimity in our lives. Our time together will include sitting and walking meditation, talks, and time for questions and discussion. There will be optional small groups to foster peer support.
This program is appropriate for both new and experienced meditators. Everyone is welcome.
This program will not be recorded. Full and partial scholarships are available up to 72 hours before the start of the program.