We’re more than halfway through semester and things are heating up! Come learn how to ease your mind and sit with discomfort at the same time through practices of mindfulness and letting go.

P.S. there will be food!

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“We have the ability to contemplate the nature of things, this ability to say, ‘This is the way it is’. We can notice ‘the way it is’ without adapting a personality viewpoint. So with the breath of the body, the weight of it, the posture of it, we are just witnessing and nothing, observing how it is, now, in this moment. The mood of the mind, whether we feel bright or dull, happy or unhappy, is something we can know – we can witness. And the empty mind, empty of the proliferations about oneself and others, is clarity. It’s intelligent, and compassionate. The more we really look into the habits we have developed, the more clear things become for us. So we must be willing to suffer, to be bored, and to be miserable and anguished: it’s an opportunity to bear with these unpleasant mental states, rather than suppress them. Having been born, this is the way it is, at this time, at this place.”

(‘The Way It Is’, Ajahn Sumedho)

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