Turning Madness into Wisdom
By Frank Simons
The “mad mind” can be a raw and persistent form of suffering in daily life, blocking our experiences of intimacy and freedom. In this online video retreat, insight meditation teacher Ruth King will show you how to recognize the mad mind and soften its grip with the fundamental practices of loving-kindness and compassion, as well as how to use the intensity of strong emotions like rage in order to get in touch with the seeds of radiance and joy.
Tricycle video retreat series Embracing the Mad Mind, part 2, Turning Madness into Wisdom,
Thu, Nov 20, 5:30pm
The Meditation Center
Callejón Blanco 4
Ruth King is a guiding teacher at Insight Meditation Community of Washington, DC, and a member of its Board of Directors. She is also the founder of Mindful Members Practice Community in Charlotte, North Carolina. King is the author of Soothing the Inner Flames of Rage—Meditations That Educate the Heart and Transform the Mind, and Healing Rage—Women Making Inner Peace Possible. Presentations of the Center are offered without charge. Donations are gratefully accepted.