Saturday, July 18, 2015
9:00am – 4:30pm
at the Insight Meditation Center
108 Birch St.
Redwood City, CA
Right View is the first element of the Buddha’s Eightfold Noble Path. Understanding Right View supports our practice of the Buddha’s path, benefits our day-to-day behavior and ethical conduct, and leads to diminishing dissatisfaction and suffering in our lives.
But what, after all, is a ‘view’? and what makes it Right? What kind of views enable us to live without dissatisfaction? This daylong will focus on a variety of the Buddha’s teachings about Right View in order to expand our understanding of the multiple dimensions of the the Buddha’s path to the end of suffering.
Tony Bernhard is a graduate of Spirit Rock’s first Community Dharma Leadership training program, and the Sati Center’s Chaplaincy program. He is also a Sati Center board member. Along with being the founder/ teacher at Davis Middle Path, he offers his unique perspective on the Dharma throughout Northern California which include speaking engagements at Insight Meditation Center; Spirit Rock Meditation Center; Mountain Stream Meditation Center; Sacramento Insight Meditation; Sacramento Buddhist Meditation Group and many more.
This class is offered on a donation basis. Pre-registration not required. Please bring a bag lunch.