The Path of Transformation: Sutta Study

A Half-Day Retreat with Kim Allen

Sunday June 21, 2015

1:00pm – 4:00pm

San Francisco


In this afternoon of Dhamma reflection and practice, we will look at teachings from the early discourses of the Buddha on the topic of the transformation that occurs through Buddhist practice. In particular we will read and discuss the Angulimāla Sutta (MN 86), in which a murderer becomes enlightened, and the Pañña Sutta (AN 8.2), which lists eight conditions for acquiring wisdom. Previous experience with Buddhist texts is not required.

Cost: This class is being offered on a dana basis. No one is ever turned away for lack of funds.

Kim Allen has practiced Insight meditation since 2003, with Gil Fronsdal as her primary teacher. She leads the Los Gatos Insight sangha and teaches at other local sanghas. Her practice also includes intensive retreat, sutta study, and hospital chaplaincy. She has completed the Sati Center Buddhist Chaplaincy training program. Interested in both natural and human systems, she has also served as an organizational and environmental consultant, and a mindful movement instructor.


This class will be held at Against the Stream San Francisco
2701 Folsom Street,  415.695.2864