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Day of Practice

Saturday, January 7th

Generosity: The Buddha’s
First Teaching on Getting Free

7-10am PT / 10am-1pm ET / 3-6pm GMT / 4-7pm CET

How can giving more generously support our collective awakening?

As we enter into a New Year, after a tumultuous few, we might be wondering, “How do I want to show up in the world?” and “How does my meditation practice support me in this?”

In this Day of Practice we’ll be exploring Dana (Generosity) – the first of the 10 paramis; these qualities or states of heart and mind that lead the way to liberation.

Many of us might limit our view of Generosity to those things we offer others: some loose change, an old sweater we no longer have use for. But Generosity is an open hand that stands up to capitalism, greed and other forms of separation, all leading us to a mindset that we belong to nothing and no one. Centering Generosity in both giving and receiving can help us awaken to our belonging to the collective.

Join us to explore this foundational attainment through Dharma talk, sacred pause, formal and moving meditation practices, journaling, relational practices, and Q&A with Booker.

Join this inspiring program with Booker to learn:

  • How the Bodhissatva lived and engaged with the world on the path to becoming the Buddha
  • How to recognize when your heart is opening up or closing down using Mindfulness of Body
  • How your acts of giving and receiving generously are movements towards a shared world

What is Day of Practice?

Sangha Live’s 3-hour, LIVE Day of Practice allows for you to drop in deeper, develop your meditation skills, and reset your intentions through sustained sitting.

Days of Practice includes longer periods of meditation, interspersed with wise teachings, an interactive Q&A with our teacher, and more.

Replay access will be available to all registrants within 48 hours of the live session.

What makes Day of Practice unique?

Our shorter Daily Meditation (60 mins) and Sunday Sangha (90 mins) programs emphasize dharma teachings, while our longer Days of Practice (3 hours) emphasize development of meditation practice.

Daily practice is crucial for watering seeds of mindfulness, but extended periods of deep attention such as these, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, can be uniquely fruitful.


Day of Practice is offered on a sliding scale basis, with a suggested rate of $35. We wholeheartedly welcome all to practice with us; no one turned away for lack of funds.


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