The River Underground, with Paramananda
Meditation Morning online, April 9, 10am to 12 noon pdt
In the documentary celebrating Philip Glass's 60th birthday the composer talks about his music as an underground river. As a composer, his job is to listen to it. If nothing comes, he listens with more care.
Taking this metaphor we will see if we can employ the art of listening to our meditation practice and see what such an approach to meditation might have to offer us.
We're very happy to have Paramananda back, online at least, for a morning of meditation. For those who do not know him yet, he was chair of the SFBC in the early days, and now lives in London, in between leading retreats. He is a good friend to many of us here, and a wonderful meditation and dharma teacher.
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