This talk was recorded on April 1, 2020. Purchase to access the recording.
Our world and community is in a constant state of flux these days. What do the bodhisattva teachings, which might even include "good boundaries", offer us as individuals and the collective during these times? How does identity or our own social location interweave with these teachings?
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7:00pm ET - Welcome & guided meditation
7:25pm ET - Dharma talk
7:55pm ET - Q&A with teacher
8:10pm ET - Announcements
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Joy Gutierrez is a member and practitioner of Shambhala NYC. Committed to building collective inclusion of the community’s LGBT and BIPOC, Joy works as a co-facilitator for the Race/Racism/Racial Inequality Group, and also co-teaches with Queer Dharma at the LGBT Center. They/she completed “Teaching Mindfulness 200-Hour” training program in 2018 (taught by Ethan Nichtern, Shante Smalls and David Perrin). In their professional life, Joy is helping to create public spaces in all five boroughs with the NYC Parks Department as an architect and urban designer.