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Julian Keith, Ph. D., will be sharing his personal perspective on dharma practice with us. Julian is on the faculty at UNC-W and teaches a popular course called Buddhism and Modern Psychology. His bio on the UNC-W website states that his research on the brain, neuroplasticity, and behavior has been supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health, including current support for a clinical trial evaluating the effectiveness of neurofeedback for the treatment of symptoms of attention deficit disorder in adults. He is a co-director of the MARS Memory Health Network.
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At this point, we have invited individuals who are known to bring diverse perspectives on dharma practice from our community. If you would like to contribute to one of our programs, here are some questions we hope you will consider addressing in your presentation. We are particularly interested in supporting diversity of traditions.
1. What is your practice and how did you get there? How has it changed over the years?
2. Who are or have been your root teachers? Tell us a bit about their tradition.
3. In what ways have you seen your own life change as a result of your practice?
4. Can you share some of the practices you have found helpful and lead us through a couple of them?
We meet at 596 Captain Beam Blvd. in Hampstead on the Fifth Sunday of the months that have five Sundays from 2:00 - 4:00pm. This is a donation-based-give-what-you-can offering to support the community and is open to all! These programs are informal, and you may bring nibbles to share for the conversation time at the end of the presentation. We will need a headcount so if you are interested in attending, please contact the admin.
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If you wish to offer a Dharma Share, please contact the admin.
Please join us at 596 Captain Beam Blvd. in Hampstead on Sunday, July 30, 2023, from 2:00 - 4:00pm, for our next Dharma Share program. This is a donation-based-give-what-you-can offering, open to all! These programs are informal, and you may bring nibbles to share for the conversation time at the end of the presentation.
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:
If you’ve ever felt truly “one” with something, then you’ve experienced inter-meditation. It’s an intentional connection in order to realize non-duality. Practicing inter-meditation helps us deepen our relationships and connections to one another. We will be mindfully practicing inter-meditation techniques and exercises such as sky gazing, Wishing Others Well (WOW) and Letting Go into Isness as taught by Lama Surya Das and led by Kathleen Rankhorn, Ed.S.
ABOUT OUR HOST:
Kathleen Rankhorn is a retired Licensed Professional Counselor and has taught yoga and meditation since 1999. She is also a Reiki Master and Quantum Touch Practitioner. She has studied with Lama Surya since 2004 and currently serves as Retreat Manager for the Dzogchen Foundation and leads Lama Surya’s Tibetan Energy Yoga.
Our Community Center and Yoga Studio is located at:
106 Marshall Court, Unit 120
Wilmington, North Carolina 28411
(just behind Winslett and Walls Dental Excellence at 7643 Market Street)
Phone: Text or Call (910) 520-6846
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