Making Difficulties the Path
Daylong with Noah Levine
Saturday January 21, 2017
9:30am – 4:30pm
When we encounter difficult circumstances in our lives we often turn to spiritual practice to help us get over them, or around them. Instead, our Buddhist practice invites us to turn towards these difficulties and make them part of the spiritual path. Join Noah for a day of sitting and walking practice and dharma talks which will help you turn your perceived difficulties into the path of awakening and freedom.
Suitable for all.
COST: $35-$75 sliding scale, plus an offering of dana to the teacher. Please pay at the highest level you can afford to support our programs and pay it forward for those who have less. Scholarships and work-study are available. No one turned away for lack of funds.
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Noah Levine – Founding Teacher, author of Dharma Punx, Against The Stream, The Heart of the Revolution and Refuge Recovery, is a Buddhist teacher, author and counselor. He has created a Buddhist approach to addiction recovery called Refuge Recovery, that includes peer lead meetings as well as a professional treatment center. He is also the founding teacher of Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society, with centers in Los Angeles and San Francisco and over 20 affiliated groups around North America. He teaches meditation classes, workshops and retreats internationally. Noah holds a Masters degree in counseling psychology and lives in Los Angeles.
This class will be held at the Melrose Center – 4300 Melrose Ave, LA, 90029