Letting Go of Fear
A Daylong Retreat with Deborah Eden Tull
Sunday October 5
10am – 4pm
“And the day came when the risk it took to remain tight in a bud was
more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” – Anais Nin
F.E.A.R…. False Evidence Appearing Real. Even though we know intellectually that fear does not serve us, we allow fear to delude and limit us in countless ways. We might not even be aware of the ways that fear drives us and makes us smaller than we are. Do we push fear away? Dive into it? Try to transcend it and become fearless? How do we meet fear from the wisdom and tenderness of our dharma practice? How do we become friends with fear? In this day-long retreat, through meditation, awareness exercises, dharma talks, relational mindfulness, and group discussion, we will apply the practice of conscious compassionate awareness to our relationship with fear. We will bring radical honesty, compassion, and mindful inquiry to our relationship with fear and gain tools and insights for how to experience authentic courage, equanimity, and personal freedom through awareness practice in daily life.
Please wear loose, comfortable clothing, and bring a journal & pen.
Cost: Sliding Scale $40-$75 plus dana to the teacher. (No reg fee for $100 Monthly Supporters).
Scholarships and Work Study available; no one is turned away for lack of funds.
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. There is still room available and you can register at the door. Please bring a notebook, pen and brown bag lunch.
Deborah Eden Tull, founder of Mindful Living Revolution, teaches the integration of compassionate awareness into every aspect of our lives. She is a Zen meditation and mindfulness teacher, public speaker, author, activist, and sustainability consultant. She spent 7 years as a Buddhist monk at a silent monastery and teaches engaged dharma practice nationally. See more at www.deborahedentull.com
This daylong is held at the Santa Monica Center. 1001a Colorado Ave., Santa Monica, CA 91040. There are cushions and chairs available.