Buddha Dharma



Metta: The Practice of Loving Kindness
- Boulder - Sunday, June 4

In the Theravada Buddhist tradition Metta is a compliment to Vipassana, the practice of mindfulness. Metta is heart centered and starts by acknowledging that we live in a world of relationships with others. It is the practice of consciously cultivating thoughts of loving-kindness towards an ever widening circle of beings; self, those we admire, friends, strangers, those we have difficulties with, and all beings in general. This practice gradually changes our normal reactive patterns of mind that arise when we interact with people. At the same time Metta is a deep concentration practice.

In this daylong workshop the Burmese tradition of Metta will be taught, using both sitting and walking forms of practice. No previous meditation experience is necessary.

When:Sunday, June 4, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Where: Private home in Boulder, near 19th and Balsam
Cost: $10 + teacher dana
To register: Space is limited to 16 people. On line registration is required.
Please use the Button below and pay via paypal or credit card.

1) No part days. You must commit to the entire day.
2) The registration fee is used to cover advertising and administration expenses. There will be a Dana bowl put out at the end of the day for teacher dana.
3) I will personally respond via e-mail once you have registered, usually within one day.

Metta: The Practice of

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