This retreat will be offered online via Zoom. You must register to receive the invitation to join the meeting. To register, email email@example.com
“Increasing Resiliency, Decreasing Reactivity”
With Heather Sundberg
Developing the ability to be fully embodied, open-hearted in the face of
difficulty, and connected with awareness of mind in all activities greatly increases our capacity to decrease reactivity and increase resiliency. A mind-heart which is flexible and at ease in the midst of the stressful conditions of our lives is a tremendous gift to ourselves and others.
Enjoy a day of quiet sitting and walking meditation, which allow our body and mind to settle down and our hearts to open to an inner wisdom. In addition to insight meditation practice, Heather will offer teachings and guided meditations on the theme, as well as optional Qi Gong practice and
discussion about how to live these teachings in our daily lives. There will be a lunch break from 12-1 PM.
In this retreat, we will cultivate our Resiliency Tool Kit:
– Somatic practices to support our nervous systems
– Reflections on our deeper intentions and values
– Gratitude, Equanimity and Generosity practices
– Developing more of a sense of connection with ourselves and others
– Deepening our connection with Awareness itself as a Refuge
Heather Sundberg has taught insight meditation since 1999 and has completed the Spirit Rock/IMS Teacher Training. Beginning her own meditation practice in her late teens, for the last 25 years Heather has studied with senior teachers in the Insight Meditation (Vipassana) and Tibetan (Vajrayana) traditions and has sat 1-3 months of retreat a year for the last 25 years. She was the Spirit Rock Family & Teen Program Teacher & Manager for a decade. Between 2010 and 2015 she spent a cumulative one-year in study, practice, and pilgrimage in Asia. Since 2011, she has been a Teacher at Mountain Stream Meditation Center and sister communities in the Sierra Foothills, and teaches retreats nationally & internationally. Her teaching emphasizes embodiment, compassion, awareness, and practical wisdom. For more information about Heather visit heathersundberg.com or www.mtstream.org.
Dana (donation) The Teacher offers the teachings freely in the tradition of the Buddha, and her livelihood is completely sustained by the generosity of the communities she serves. Dana (donation) for these priceless teachings will be gratefully accepted by the teacher, giving participants the opportunity to freely engage in the practice of generosity, the first step toward freedom. Please use these links to donate: Donate to Heather Donate to Dharma Zephyr