Finding Human Goodness in Difficult Times with Dr. Steven Shippee

When:
November 8, 2019 @ 6:15 pm – 9:00 pm
2019-11-08T18:15:00-06:00
2019-11-08T21:00:00-06:00
Where:
St. Louis Wellness Center
425 Marshall Ave.
St. Louis 63119
Cost:
$25/$35 for patrons
Contact:

Speaker and facilitator Dr. Steven Shippee is a theologian and professor, and a member and teacher within the Shambhala Buddhist community.

“Humanity is in difficult times,” he says. “Violence is spiraling, civility is in decline, the very planet on which we live is in escalating crisis, and many of us experience high stress, increased isolation, anger, and fear. This evening considers what wisdom there may be in learning to rest not in these crises, but in our humanity’s innate qualities of wisdom, compassion, and bravery. Techniques of reflection and meditation will be offered as practical tools for connecting to these human resources in these difficult times.”

When: Friday, Nov. 8 – doors open at 6:15 p.m., program starts at 6:30
Where: St. Louis Wellness Center, 425 Marshall Ave. St. Louis 63119
Cost: $25 ($35 for patrons). If the cost is prohibitive for you, please join us and pay what you can; the patron price is an offering to support others as well as to help us to cover our wider expenses. Click HERE to buy tickets. We are expecting the event to sell out.
Information: shambhala.stlouis@gmail.com

Please enter the Shrine Room through the doors in back.

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