Date: Wednesday, Oct. 25 (one session only)
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Enrollment: 12 min./20 max.
How might we heal deep divides and the crushing speed of life? Considering kindness as an antidote can sound naïve, yet making kind and gentle inquiries about another can
create a connection, give insights into life, and touch hearts. Genuine kindness is so powerful it can make the world a better place. This class will include teachings on inherent human wisdom and dignity, using meditation/mindfulness as the method of uncovering the same.
Shastri Betsy Pond is a former director of the Shambala Center of San Antonio and a student of Shambala Buddhism since 1990. She teaches meditation and leads programs on the inherent goodness, wisdom, and decency of humanity and society. Shastri (learned guide) Pond has been a psychotherapist since 1984, with a focus on assisting adults in discovering their own true sanity and wisdom.