Deepening Anatta and Vast Awareness Practices
Dates: Every other Sunday from June 5 – Aug 14, 2022
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm UK time
Format: Drop-in (attend as many or few sessions as you’d like)
Led by: Susy Keely and Yahel Avigur
Where: Zoom (see instructions for sign-up/receiving zoom link below)
Cost: Offered on a dana/donation basis
In these drop-in sessions we will support the holding and development of anatta and vast awareness practices, which can play an essential role on the path of emptiness. We will approach them from different angles and directions in guided meditations, and we’ll enjoy the support, practice experience, and questioning of the Sangha expressed in sharings and questions.
Each session will consist of 45 minutes of guided practice and 45 minutes for sharing and questions.
We invite you to join us if you are already familiar with these practices and wish to enjoy and deepen them together. Those who have taken the “Approaching Emptiness” course with us may find this a useful container to continue exploring, but the sessions are open to all who have a working familiarity with these particular practices as taught by Rob Burbea.
Meeting times: Sundays, at 5.30 pm – 7 pm UK time, starting from May 22, every other week:
May 22 Cancelled June 5
Dana info for these sessions
These sessions are offered on a dana basis – if you can support the teachers by offering something it’s much appreciated.
For this series of drop-in sessions, Susy will be collecting dana for both Yahel and herself:
How to sign up / receive meeting link
Please add your name to this form to receive a reminder + meeting link 2 days before each meeting: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdLXLlyKkMijGROmvtDh09A3rWOg6fTlVbowtrueOx9iBttxA/viewform.
If you are having any issues signing up for reminders/receiving the link, or have questions, please contact us using the form below.
You can find recordings of the teaching and guided practices (the teacher led portions) from each session in this folder. Q&A portions of the meetings will not be shared.