What is most important? Tending to the Way-Seeking Mind
with Mn. Gokan Bonebakker
May 16, 2020
The Indian master Shantideva said we should rejoice in our aspiration to awaken. It is our great good fortune to have encountered the Dharma, to have access to teachers, and to have a desire to practice. But having aroused bodhicitta – the mind that seeks enlightenment – how do we bring our lives into alignment with our aspiration? And having set out on the path – whether we’ve been practicing for years or just taken a few first steps – how do we keep our aspiration fresh and alive?
In this retreat we will draw guidance from classical teachings on bodhicitta, engage in guided self-reflection, do zazen, and have time for discussion.
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