Integrity with Ourselves and the World with Larry Yang
November 10 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
As we continue on our spiritual path, wherever we have come from and to wherever we may go, our faith, strength, and sustenance can arise through the bringing all of who we are into our personal journey and to the larger World. This is the experience of Integrity or creating wholeness from the different areas of our lives. And we know intuitively, experientially, and empirically that the Whole is so much greater than the sum of the parts.
Join us to explore cultivating Integrity and Wholeness in our spiritual practice, regardless of external conditions upon us. Open to all levels of meditation—beginners to experienced practitioners. Please bring your lunch and all of who you are into our experience together.Register
Larry Yang teaches meditation retreats nationally, and has a special interest in creating access to the Dharma for diverse multicultural communities. Larry has practiced meditation for almost 30 years, with extensive time in Burma and Thailand, and a six-month period of ordination as a Buddhist monk, under the guidance of Ajahn Tong. He is on the Teacher’s Council of Spirit Rock Meditation Center, is one of the core teachers of both East Bay Meditation Center (Oakland) and Insight Community of the Desert (Palm Springs).
He is part of the coordinating team developing community meditation teachers in Spirit Rock’s Community Dharma Leadership Program, and is leading the next Spirit Rock Dharma Teacher Training Program. Larry’s book Awakening Together: The Spiritual Practice of Inclusivity and Community was published by Wisdom Publications in October 2017.
Cost: The registration fee for this event is $45. This fee is shared with the teacher, however does not mean the costs of the event or the teachings are fully covered. A dana (voluntary donations) may be made at the event, and we encourage you to offer as much support of generosity as you are able. Please know that our policy is that no one is ever turned away for lack of funds. There is a sliding scale and you may contact the event coordinator if you need a full scholarship.