What are the four boundless states and how do we practice with them?
Within the Buddhist tradition, the four boundless states—boundless love, boundless compassion, boundless joyfulness, and boundless equanimity—offer a meaningful framework for grappling with struggles many of us face regularly: emotional wounds, ingrained patterns of constriction, and trouble engaging with openness and curiosity.
In this free hour-long virtual event, Buddhist meditation teacher Scott Tusa will provide an introduction to these states as a preview to his series of dharma talks and meditations for January’s Meditation Month challenge. During the free event and Meditation Month, Scott will explore how each of these states, with its inherent quality of boundlessness, can open new and meaningful pathways for transformation. There will be time for Q&A at the end of the session.
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Scott Tusa is a Buddhist meditation teacher and practitioner with over two decades of experience in the exploration and embodiment of the Buddhist path. Ordained as a Buddhist monk by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama at twenty-eight, Scott spent nine years deepening his understanding of the Dharma through solitary meditation retreats and in-depth study. Since 2008, he has been sharing his knowledge and guidance, teaching meditation to individuals and groups worldwide, both in person and online.
- Date: December 4, 2023
- Time: 2-3 pm ET
- Format: Zoom Webinar
- Price: By donation