Dharma in the Zen tradition • Realization Process Practice
Realization Process Embodiment is a series of gentle but precise body exercises, done primarily seated in a chair. Like any practice, they require patience, curiosity, and effort. In time, they become effortless. In these classes I not only emphasize the exercises, but also how to be a good and kind teacher to yourself.
The Basics. Four weekly 75-minute sessions in a small group format covering the difference between body awareness and inhabiting the body; attuning to fundamental consciousness; the core breath; and related exercises.
Deepening. This followup class to The Basics consists of four weekly 75-minute sessions that build on the basic exercises, including advanced attunement, the subtle core with circuitry, and related practices.
Continuous practice: Stay connected to the RP community by joining in 40 minutes of practice on Sunday evenings via Zoom, 6:45 to 7:10 pm Central. Email me for the link.
One-on-one sessions are available. Inquire at email@example.com
Fees are based on the principles of transparent generosity, a middle way between market rate and free. This insures that classes are available to all, regardless of ability to pay, while also allowing me to make a living. (Dharma teacher Vincent Horn developed transparent generosity. He explains it in this excellent article.)
How it works: on the upcoming classes page, two fees are listed with each class: the first is the full amount I ask (currently $180 for all four Realization Process classes) and the second is the minimum amount ($45). If you can pay the full amount, please do. If you can’t, pick an amount that works for you in between full and minimum. Transparent generosity works when everyone is honest and transparent about their resources and needs.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please specify what you’re registering for in the subject line. You will receive whatever information you need for the class after you register. Thank you!