September 8, 2012 Daylong: Mindfulness of Eating: Craving in a World of Plenty, and What to Do About It

Join us on Sept. 8th, 9:30am to 4:30pm with Diane Wilde of Sacramento Insight to explore the topic:

Mindfulness of Eating: Craving in a World of Plenty, and What to Do About It

In our contemporary society, there might be no greater area of struggle, craving, preoccupation and delusion than our complicated relationship with food. At this daylong retreat with Diane Wilde, Sacramento Insight Meditation community mentor and Buddhist prison chaplain, we will shine the light of mindfulness on this area of our lives. We will investigate a new, sensible and more joyful approach to our attitudes towards food.

There will be eating exercises, periods of meditation, mindful movement.

Please bring a vegetarian food item to share for pot luck lunch.  For the sake of those who may have sensitivities or allergies, please do not wear scented or perfumed products.  If you have a meditation cushion, please bring it. Chairs will be available.

This daylong will be a benefit for the Buddhist Pathways Prison Project.

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