with Scott Tusa
Saturday, January 20 – Sunday, January 21, 2024
10:00am – 4:00pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
In person and online (Zoom)
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There are many ways to approach the practice of meditation. Buddhist meditation aims to cultivate an interconnected awareness — one where the development of our own inner peace connects into a responsibility and altruism towards the world around us.
This all starts with an aspiration and approach towards seeing and understanding our mind, thoughts, emotions, and where we get stuck more clearly.
The more we see “clearly,” the more skillful we become in our compassionate response to both personal and collective suffering.
In this weekend retreat, and through periods of meditation, Dharma talks, and Q&A we will explore the mind and its incredible potential. All levels of meditators are welcome to join!
Scott Tusa is a Buddhist meditation teacher and practitioner with over two decades of experience in the exploration and embodiment of the Buddhist path. Ordained as a Buddhist monk by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama at twenty-eight, Scott spent nine years deepening his understanding of the Dharma through solitary meditation retreats and in-depth study. Since 2008, he has been sharing his knowledge and guidance, teaching meditation to individuals and groups worldwide, both in person and online.