New York Insight’s New LGBTQ Sangha

NYC-area Trans*buddhists and allies,

We thought you might be interested in this new group. Sorry for the short notice!
This is the second sit of the newly-formed NYI LGBTQ sangha, which meets the 2nd Monday of every month at 7pm at New York Insight.

TONIGHT Paul Sireci will be leading the Insight OUT Refuge LGBTQ meditation group and will be talking about…
 
Joy and Fun as Elements of the Path
Monday, August 11th from 7-9pm
New York Insight Meditation Center, 28 West 27th Street, 10th Floor (between Broadway & 6th Ave.) in NYC
The link with logistics and sitting group description is here:
Please forward this announcement to others who may be interested in taking part in the sangha.
About Paul:
Paul Sireci began practicing Buddhism and meditation in earnest in 1996. Having been a monastic for several years in the early 2000s, he has continued his love affair with the path as a lay practitioner and psychotherapist. Paul is inspired by a vision in which the radical truths found in the teachings will create a 21st century Buddhism that is not afraid of engaging issues of power, privilege, and difference.  He is passionate about an emerging Dharma centered on healing and transforming communities as much as it is already helping people find their native sanity.  In his free time, Paul can usually be found wandering around Chinatown.
Hope to see you Monday night! Please feel free to contact Chance (chance.krempasky@gmail.com) or Rachel (rachel.e.parsons@gmail.comif you have any questions.
 
If you can’t make it tonight, next month they meet on Monday, September 8.
Metta,
Chance Krempasky
New York Insight Peer Leader, Insight OUT Refuge Affinity Group Leader/Volunteer
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