Update on Dekyi-Lee June 28

As you know, Dekyi Lee went for a reversal of her ileostomy last Monday, which appeared to be successful. Her strength on all levels has amazingly helped her to come through this and the unfolding of events since. On Friday, the surgeon felt she did require another surgery to repair a leakage which they noticed and she had this surgery very early Saturday morning. She is now in ICU where they are keeping her in a state of stillness to allow the inner part of her body to do big healing. She is getting a much needed rest from having to make effort to move, and in a couple of days will undergo one more surgery to completely close and heal this area.

REMINDER - Transformative Mindfulness Methods for Inquiry

Transformative Mindfulness International and the Inter-professional Applied Mindfulness Meditation Certificate Program, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, Continuing Education, University of Toronto, have collaborated to offer the Transformative Mindfulness Methods (TMM) as individual courses or a full training path.

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Visiting Teacher - Venerable Geshe Sherab - Public Talk in Burlington, ON

Venerable Geshe Sherab
Public Talk
Burlington, Ontario

East Plains United Church
375 East Plains
Burlington, Ontario

Geshe Sherab is the young, fluent in English, Headmaster of Kopan Monastery, Nepal, the spiritual centre of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT). He has lived for several years in the U.S. also, so he is familiar with North American culture, and knows how to relate to the western mind when teaching the Dharma.

A Mindful Society Conference

Join A Mindful Society from March 27-29th for a two-day conference bringing visionaries and community together to share leading edge research, evidence-based practices and emerging developments in the application of mindfulness in all sectors of society. Be part of the conversation and help create the means for bringing the unfolding of mindfulness in Canadian society into being.

Partners: University of Toronto, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, The Centre For Compassion & Wisdom, The Centre For Mindfulness Studies, Mindful Gateway, Mindfulness Without Borders, Mindfulness Toronto

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