Meditation in Recovery Daylong Retreats at Green Gulch Farm
All Meditation in Recovery retreats are led by two senior practitioners who are also members of the Meditation in Recovery Steering Committee. The Steering Committee members are: Cynthia K, Steven T, Tim W, Tom B, Patsy C and Tom H.
Sunday, September 16, 10 am – 5 pm (led by Tom B and Diane G)
Sunday, November 18, 10 am – 5 pm (led by TBD)
For September 16: Story-telling in Buddhist Practice and Recovery
Tom B and Diane G Facilitating
The stories we tell about ourselves and our world become the building blocks of our experience and our reality. Using David Loy’s book The World Is Made of Stories, we will look at the role story-telling has in our Buddhist Practice and our Recovery. We will ask the question, “Can changing your story change your life?”
This daylong respite from the busyness of our lives and the city is appropriate for both newcomers (to recovery and/or to Buddhism) and seasoned practitioners. Please dress in loose, comfortable clothing. The weather at Green Gulch may be cooler and/or wetter than in the city, so please be prepared with extra layers.
Please bring a bag lunch.
Fee: $70; $63 current SFZC members; $56 limited income. Some partial scholarships available.
To Register: Use the Register Online button above for the date you wish to attend. Or please call the Green Gulch Farm main office at 415.383.3134 or the SFZC Reservations Office at 888.743.9362 or 415.475.9362. Or fill out this online form to have the Reservations Office contact you by phone or email to assist your registration.