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Dr. Roger Walsh: Teaching & Meditation - Orange County
03 Sep 2013
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Neighborhood Community Center, 1845 Park Avenue, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Teaching, Guided Meditation and Q&A with Dr. Roger Walsh
in Orange County, Tuesday
LIFE'S HIGHEST GOAL:
THE BODHISATTVA ASPIRATION
All are welcome for this evening with renowed dharma teacher, prolific author and UCI professor Dr. Roger Walsh, which is offered free of charge.
Roger Walsh has been a student, teacher, and researcher of meditation for three decades and has practiced in the Buddhist Theravadin, Zen, and Tibetan/Vajrayana traditions.
e is a professor of psychiatry, philosophy and anthropology, as well as a professor in the religious studies program, at UCI (University of California at Irvine).
is many excel
books include Essential Spirituality: The Seven Central Practices.
Dr. Walsh also teaches regularly with
Lama Surya Das
Dzogchen Center retreats
See him in dialogue on YouTube:
What is Spirituality and W
hat is a Spiritual Life?
LCs: Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes
For more information and for free downloads of meditations see
We are deeply grateful to Dr. Roger Walsh for graciously offering these teachings free of charge. In the age-old tradition of dana, (generosity), the teachings are considered beyond value. However it will be possible to make entirely optional donations of any amount in support of the teacher and/or rental of the venue.
Directions to Teaching
For map and directions, please click here
We will be in the
(note change from usual room and
There are chairs available. If you prefer to sit on the floor, please bring a cushion or whatever else you need in order to be comfortable.
About the Group: We are a local group guided by Dzogchen Center national assistant teachers Daniela Coriat and Christopher Coriat under the spiritual direction of
Lama Surya Das
, best-selling author and authorized lama in the Tibetan Buddhist order. Further information is available on the
Dzogchen Center Southern California website