Dear Dharma friends,Hi everyone,
I hope all is well. Apologies for the mass email. I was asked by Lion Roar to spread the word about this event below. I’m part of this summit, along with many other dharma teachers. Would you please help by registering for this free event and encourage others on your social media or mailing list to do the same? Thanks. Many good teachings here from different perspectives.
We are pleased to share the "Embrace Change Summit" presented by Lion's Roar. This event is free for participants to access one time online June 13-June 16th. Guo Gu is one of several speakers for this event. Please see below for more details.
Registration Now Open!
June 13 – June 16, 2019
Everything is impermanent. That’s one of the greatest Buddhist teachings, and it’s undeniably true. We will all experience loss, aging, illness and death — and the pain that comes with them.
It can be tempting to try to avoid these difficult truths. But what happens if we embrace change instead of avoiding it (as we so often do!)? Explore this question and many more at the Embrace Change summit, the first of its kind, presented by Lion’s Roar! This free online event will offer you insights and supportive practices to help you explore the unexpected gifts that come when we relate directly with life’s inevitable changes and learn to live with impermanence.
Guo Gu is one of 18 leading Buddhist teachers who have been invited to provide a special talk for this event. Over four days the summit will provide new ways to work with suffering, live more full in the moment and become more at peace with change. Participants will enjoy free 24-hour access to each day’s talks and guided meditations during the 4-day summit.
Embrace Change will show you how to:
Make peace with life’s inevitable changes
See difficulties as fuel for transformation
Connect more deeply with others
Develop a nourishing self-care practice
Relate to dying as an essential part of life
Sign up for this free event now to discover new ways to work with suffering, live more fully in the moment and become more at peace with change.
Recognizing and opening our hearts to suffering is the very path out of it, enabling us to live wholeheartedly in the present.
We hope you will join us June 13–16 for this very special opportunity to explore and embrace change.