The Four Foundations of Mindfulness

with Daniel Brown

February 19th—March 18th

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  • $100 Full Price
  • $140 Patron Price

Clarifying confusion is at the heart of the 4 Foundations of Mindfulness training.  Our basic situation is that we are involved in a continual struggle to survive and to maintain our self-image.  We are continually trying to grasp onto some fixed image of ourselves (ego).  And then we have to defend that particular fixed conception.  So there is confusion, friction, stress and conflicts of all kinds.  From the Buddhist point of view, the development of true spirituality is cutting through this habit of clinging onto our confusion and getting beyond what is known as ego.  The point of this training is to explore a path of less unnecessary strain and struggle.  

Adapted from Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche      

Dharma presentation,s discussion and meditation practice to integrate the teachings into our daily life.


A generosity policy applies for those for whom the full price would prevent attendance. Please contact Dan Brown in advance at [email protected] to arrange.

Director   Dan Brown


Mr. Brown has been practicing and learning about meditation for the past 40 years.  He describes this approach to living as both very inspiring and very practical.  As a teacher he says, “Exploring and sharing these teachings with others is one of my favorite things to do.”