"Love tells me I am everything, wisdom tells me I am nothing. Between these two my life moves."
                                                  Sri Nisargadatta
 
Dates:  Wednesdays 25September, 2, 9, 16, 30 October, 6, 13, 20 November
Time:  7 - 9.15pm
And a day of practice on Saturday 16 November, 10am - 5pm
 
Where: Friends Meeting House, St Giles, Oxford, OX1 3LW (the venue is accessible)

Cost: £65 to cover costs, the teachings are offered for free and we will invite offerings of dana. If the cost of the course is prohibitive please get in touch.
 
How might we understand and develop love and wisdom through our meditation practice and in our daily lives? What would it be like to see ourselves as both `everything’ and `nothing’? Do these ways of looking contradict each other, or might they point to a profound truth that we have the potential to realise?
 
This eight-week course, led by Brigid Avison and Kathryn Tulip, is an opportunity to explore ways in which we can cultivate two precious human capacities: the capacity for kindness, joy, compassion and equanimity (the brahma viharas); and the capacity to go beyond our habitual ways of looking and interacting with ourselves and `the world’.
 
The course is for people with some experience of sitting meditation, and who are willing to make space in their lives to develop their practice and understanding between sessions.
 
For further information see http://www.oxfordinsightmeditation.org

 Please complete the short questionnaire below, it will help us to design the course to meet your needs and those of other participants.

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* 1. Your name

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* 2. Your email address and phone number

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* 3. What appeals to you about participating in the course?

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* 4. What experience of meditation do you have?

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* 5. Do you have any access needs that you’d like us to know about?

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* 6. Are you able to attend all the sessions?

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