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Thursday Evening Event October 20 with Carolyn Seaburn

Join us for our October 20 Thursday evening event, sitting-meditation and a dharma talk given by guest teacher Carolyn Seaburn.

This weekly event is free and open to all and is only online on October 20. Please join us for Carolyn’s talk which will explore, On not being deceived

Meditation: 5:30pm MT
Dharma talk: 6:00pm MT

Zoom link:  sit.mountaincloud.org    Passcode:  mountain22

Carolyn Seburn is a Zen Teacher of the Sanbo Zen lineage within Mountain Moon Sangha. Her primary teacher was Roselyn Stone Roshi. She began Zen practice in 1985 and began guiding students in 2014. Carolyn was drawn to Zen from a young age – like a compass needle drawn to the north pole. How ever much you shake the compass, let it rest and it always returns to the one direction, pointing clearly to the true self. Sharing this practice with others is a fundamental source of joy and deepening.

As a wildlife biologist with the Canadian Wildlife Service, Carolyn has had a varied career with a focus on the recovery of endangered species and facilitating difficult conversations on reconciling the needs of species and the needs of human society. She also leads meditation practice for colleagues in the Federal Government of Canada to support mental health in the work place. Together, these roles have allowed her to bring together passion and compassion in unified action. 

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Date
October 20
Time
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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