Meditation is good for nothing?
A talk and discussion with Nancy Mujo Baker, Roshi
Sunday, June 14, 2020
“Why is it said in the Zen tradition that meditation is good for nothing? What does this mean? How can understanding this help us live our lives with freedom, compassion and joy?”” —Nancy Mujo Baker
Last month, my wonderful Zen teacher, Nancy Baker, led a talk and discussion (see below) that was very well received by those who attended. So, she has agreed to lead another, this time on “The spiritual necessity of not-knowing.” I, personally, always get a great deal out of listening to and engaging with her, and I hope you will join us again, or for the first time if that’s the case.
The event will take place on Sunday, June 14th from 10:30-12:30 Eastern Time via Zoom, and, as with last time, we are requesting donations to the teacher of $10-50, according to your ability to pay. To register, please send a check payable to the Heartwork Institute, Inc., 882 Titus Ave., Rochester, NY 14617, or call (888) 340-9865 with your credit card information. Zoom instructions will be sent to you upon registration. All donations, after expenses, go directly to Nancy.