METTA BHAVANA
FOR A GENEROUS SPIRIT

2-PART WORKSHOP

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Please join me for this 2-part course
on the Buddhist metta bhavana (loving-kindness) practice
and surrounding topics including
compassion, forgiveness, self-love, and belonging.

Part One:
Sunday, June 9th, 1-3pm

Part Two:
Sunday, June 23rd, 1-3pm



spaces are limited, so i recommend registering EARLY.

 
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Course Details

Please join me for this 2-part course on cultivating loving-kindness and compassion at a deep and genuine level. The well-spring of compassion already lives within each of us. Our work lies in removing the obstacles. Come to better understand the wisdom of kindness, so that you and all those around you may more often enjoy its generous flow. In addition to teaching the ancient Buddhist metta bhavana practice, I’ll also address the uniquely Western expressions of suffering that get in the way of compassion — namely, our difficulty here with belonging and self love. Through this course, you’ll discover clear insights that will help free you from the illusions of scarcity and the illusions of separation that our hyper-individualized culture tends to breed.

PART 1:

The experience of an open heart
Western obstacles to compassion
Buddhist teachings on causes of suffering
The six stages of metta bhavana
Learning to be with tension

PART 2:

Getting from judgment to compassion
Getting to forgiveness
Our fear of the unknown
Self-love and belonging in the West
Metta as worldwork


Location  

RISING LOTUS YOGA, SHERMAN OAKS
14148 Magnolia Blvd in Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
818.990.0282


Course Fee  

PartS 1 & 2: $60 adv / $70 day of
PART 1 ONLY: $35 adv / $40 DAY OF
(It’s not possible to attend only Part 2)

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.


Know someone who would ENjoy this course? 
PLEASE CONSIDER SharING IT with them.🖤


 
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Julia is an author, teacher, and healer helping individuals find more balanced, fulfilling ways to live. She has been practicing meditation and mindfulness since 1993, and guiding people through the Inner Work process since 2010. Please consider reading some testimonials for a sense of what it's like to work with her and learn from her.


 

What past course attendees have said:

“Learning the Metta Bhavana practice with Julia has been a subtle yet deep addition to my meditation practice. IT has enriched my life and opened up channels of compassion and a deeper caring for myself and others.” - Michael N.

 
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