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Buddha’s 4 Big Truths: Liberation from Suffering

Wednesdays, February 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th 6:30 – 8:30PM with Mushim Ikeda  Why do we suffer? How can we be released from suffering? The Buddha’s first teaching after his Enlightenment is called the Four Truths for Noble Ones. These form the foundation of Buddhist life and understanding. The four “big” truths address human suffering […]

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Top Ten Meditation Tips (we wish we knew when we got started)

with Mushim Patricia Ikeda and David Foecke Join us for an exploration, with two of the co-founders of the East Bay Meditation Center, of ten key concepts, valuable for students of any form of silent meditation, to begin or deepen one’s practice.  Space is limited and registration is requested.  Cost: There is no registration fee […]

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You & Your Finances: A Compassionate Approach

For Self Identified People of Color & Multiracial Folks  with Mushim Ikeda & Deirel Marquez Perez What brings us joy and fulfillment, and how do we bring our finances into alignment? People of color / multiracial folks have a lot of power collectively to meet our goals! In this mindfulness-based half-day workshop, you’ll receive skilled […]

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EVERYDAY EQUITY: Awakening Power, Love, and Justice

with Renato Almanzor  Everyday Equity is both a realization of and an agenda for social justice and community well-being. This program offers perspectives, principles and practices toward awakening power, love and justice. The workshop is not just an individual path, we will also catalyze interpersonal and collective transformation through experiential activities including journaling, mindful stationary […]

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Tender Self-Care in the Midst of Pain

with Mushim Ikeda and Deb Kerr A Daylong for People Living with Disability, Illness or Chronic Pain In this daylong meditation retreat, we will explore the possibility of finding space and ease, even while dealing with painful conditions of body or mind. Mindfulness and sangha are powerful tools for finding ways of working with pain, […]

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Uprooting Patriarchy: Centering the Heart and Building Resilience

For people who identify as men, or who have been socialized male with Kevin Martin and Baruch Golden  Class series explores how we carry patriarchy, what is it, and what is its’ impact on us.   Each class will ground in the collective wisdom of the group. Our practice will place emphasis on self focus, […]

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Uprooting Patriarchy: Centering the Heart and Building Resilience

For people who identify as men, or who have been socialized male with Kevin Martin and Baruch Golden  Class series explores how we carry patriarchy, what is it, and what is its’ impact on us.   Each class will ground in the collective wisdom of the group. Our practice will place emphasis on self focus, […]

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Uprooting Patriarchy: Centering the Heart and Building Resilience

For people who identify as men, or who have been socialized male with Kevin Martin and Baruch Golden  Class series explores how we carry patriarchy, what is it, and what is its’ impact on us.   Each class will ground in the collective wisdom of the group. Our practice will place emphasis on self focus, […]

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Family Practice: Opening the Heart Through The Buddha’s Teachings

with Lev White, Keisha Turner, Eve Decker, Jessy Zapanta, Julie Goeshe, Vickie Chang and Michele KuFor Children Ages 0-13 and Family / Caregivers We invite you to come and be a part of the diverse family sangha at EBMC. We welcome families with babies, toddlers, and children up to age 12. Children under 5 will […]