Mind & Its Potential with Emily Hsu
Join Emily Hsu to examine what the ‘mind’ is according to Buddhism and how it affects our experience of happiness and suffering. Come explore the difference between the mind and the brain and the mind as the creator of our experience. Learn methods to transform our thoughts and attitudes and create a more positive and joyous mind.
The class will consist of Dharma talks, meditation, and question and answer.
4 Tuesdays 4/24-5/15 6:30pm-8:30pm
at Diamond Light Meditation Center
2791 24th Street, Room 14 (upstairs)
Sacramento CA 95818
parking lot in back, ADA accessible
Suggested donation: $10-$20 per class, No one turned away for lack of funds. Pay online: http://www.diamondlightsac.org/donate/, or check/cash at the door.
Emily Hsu is an FPMT registered teacher who graduated in 2004 from FPMT’s seven-year Masters Program of Sutra and Tantra at Istituto Lama Tsong Khapa in Italy. In 2005 she completed a ten-month solitary retreat to integrate the material, and since that time has mainly been teaching and doing some retreat every year. She taught at Ocean of Compassion (Gyalwa Gyatso) Buddhist Center and other Bay Area centers for ten years, with the last four years as resident teacher until leaving in 2016 to do longer retreat.
Emily teaches Basic Program, Discovering Buddhism, introductory courses, meditation, and leads retreats, with particular emphasis on emptiness, bodhicitta, Lamrim, and calm abiding (shi-ne or shamatha) meditation.