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Harness Your Mind to Cope with Pain
Participants will learn techniques used in Zen to live with pain. The workshop is not a life hack or a “cure” for pain. Instead, you will learn how to lessen the suffering associated with pain.
This is a practical workshop. Participants do not need to have any particular physical abilities and can participate fully sitting, standing, or in any other comfortable posture. They will be expected to work with some challenging mental exercises that require modest abilities of concentration.
This is the second in our series on meditation practice, but participation in the first session is not required to join in this workshop. Pain is hard, but you can learn to minimize the suffering that comes with it. People of all physical abilities are welcome!
Olivia Walling is a former monastic and long-time Zen practitioner and has a deep and long experience with the techniques that will be presented.
Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM
A Zoom Meeting Link is included in the confirmation and reminder emails.
This will be an online event hosted via Zoom Conferencing. You do not need a Zoom account but you will need to download and install the Zoom app on your computer or mobile device to join the event. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org in advance if you need assistance installing the Zoom app. If you cannot join the event using your computer or mobile device and the Zoom app, you can join the event via teleconference and hear the audio portion. You will
receive an email a day or so before the event with a link to the meeting, the Meeting ID, call-in telephone numbers and instructions for joining the meeting. Please register on the Penn’s Village website, by emailing Info@pennsvillage.org, or calling 215-925-7333. This program is free of charge to our members and volunteer partners. Guests may attend up to three programs before being asked to join and/or volunteer with Penn’s Village.
Penn’s Village welcomes and actively encourages an inclusive and diverse community of members, staff, Board of Directors and volunteers. Inclusiveness and diversity mean welcoming all and excluding no one because of age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, physical abilities, religious beliefs or political beliefs.