at Lamont Dharma House, (1719 Lamont St., NW, Adams Morgan, Washington DC, 20010)
Solid as a Mountain: Staying Rooted in Challenging Times
“Go back and take care of yourself.
Your body needs you, your feelings need you, your perceptions need you.
Your suffering needs you to acknowledge it.
Go home and be there for all these things….”
~ Thich Nhat Hanh
We all need strong roots in order to thrive and withstand the storms of our life. What are our roots? Where do we take refuge when things become difficult?
Join Kaira Jewel Lingo on Thursday, November 16 at the Lamont Dharma House to explore ways to strengthen our connections to the things that keep us healthy and grounded. We will also look into the profound gifts that times of chaos and turmoil can provide, if we know how to let go and enjoy the ride!
The session is from 7-8:30 p.m. If you arrive late please wait to enter until the meditation has ended. Then you can enter through the second door at end of hallway.
The Lamont Dharma House is a space to support people integrating their practice into daily life, to deepen in practice outside of retreat, and to grow sangha for the benefit of all beings. The house is located in the heart of Mt. Pleasant at 1719 Lamont Street NW, Washington, D.C.
IMCW teacher biographies can be found on the Teachers webpage.
Learn more about our ongoing classes.
This venue is accessible for those with mobility impairments.
Series manager: Kathleen Gless
Fee: All Lamont Dharma House events are freely offered and open to the public, but we encourage people to give dana (donation) to support the teachers and the space. The suggested donation for this event is $10-15.
Accessibility: This venue is not accessible to those with mobility impairments. For disability-related accommodations, please email the class series manager ("Contact Us" button).