Tara Brach at First Unitarian Society of Madison

Event date: 
Friday, September 6, 2013 - 7:00pm

A Room of One's Own will be at this offsite event, providing books and support for this wonderful author's reading! 

Tara Brach visits Madison
for the first time and has this one public appearance - "A Path of
Refuge" public talk at First Unitarian Society of Madison, 900
University Bay Dr

* 5pm: Tickets go on sale at the door
* 5:30-6:30pm: BOOK SALES before talk
* 7-9pm: TALK, including Q&A
* 9-10pm: BOOK SIGNING after talk (& book sales)
* $15 + opportunity to offer donation/dana to Tara
* No advance ticket sales; first-arrived, first-admitted
* COME EARLY to allow time to park off-site

In the face of feeling alone and afraid, each of us longs for
connection and peace. This talk explores our habitual ways of seeking
false refuge, and the archetypal gateways that carry us home to our own
awakened heart. Our time together will include guided meditations and a
period of questions and sharing.

Tara Brach is a leading
western teacher of Buddhist meditation and spiritual awakening. She has
practiced and taught meditation for more than 35 years, with an
emphasis on Vipassana (mindfulness or insight) meditation. Tara is the
senior teacher and founder of the Insight Meditation Community of
Washington. A clinical psychologist, she has taught extensively on the
application of Buddhist teachings to emotional healing. Brach authored
"RADICAL ACCEPTANCE: Embracing Your Life With the Heart of a Buddha,"
and - in 2013 - "TRUE REFUGE: Finding Peace and Freedom in Your Own
Awakened Heart."

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Event address: 
900 University Bay Drive
First Unitarian
53703-2218 Madison
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Published: Bantam - January 22nd, 2013

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