with Wes Nisker
Friday February 21st, 6 – 7:30 PM
Oh wondrous creatures,
by what strange miracle
do you so often
Hafiz, Sufi poet
Suggested donation: 75 – 150 pesos
Many of us are amazed when we read of the latest scientific discoveries about the complexity of the brain or the number of galaxies in the cosmos or the workings of biological evolution. In this talk Wes will reveal how we can use classical Buddhist meditation techniques to make the new science come alive inside of us, helping us to transform our understanding of ourselves. In the process we will hopefully find some relief from our personal dramas and gain a new sense of meaning and delight in our lives. The talk and discussion will include some short guided meditations. No previous meditation experience is necessary.
About Wes Nisker
Wes `Scoop’ Nisker is a Buddhist meditation teacher, an author, radio commentator, and performer. Wes studied Buddhist meditation for three decades with teachers in Asia and America, and for the past 20 years has been leading retreats and workshops internationally. He is currently on the Guiding Teachers Council at Spirit Rock Meditation Center. His books include the bestselling classic Essential Crazy Wisdom. Wes is also the founder and co-editor of the international Buddhist journal “Inquiring Mind.” For the past several years Wes has also been performing a comic monologue entitled How To Be An Earthling. Wes’s famous tag line is: “If you don’t like the news, go out and make some of your own.” Website: wesnisker.com or scoopnisker.com.