The Love of Dharma and the Dharma of Love

Love, Love, Love… All you need is Love!

with Eugene Cash

Five Thursday Evenings from 7:00 to 9:30 pm

September 26, October 3, 10, 17 & 24

First Unitarian Universalist Church

1187 Franklin (between Geary and O’Farrell)

Eventbrite - The Love of Dharma and the Dharma of Love with Eugene CashLove is one of the most important components of human life. Most songs, books or movies are about love or the lack of love. People need love from the time of birth and pursue love throughout their lives. In this class, we’ll explore and investigate our relationship to love, including:

  • What is Love?
    • We desire love, we pursue love, we talk about love, we miss love, we envy those who love what they do. But do we really understand it?
  • What is our relationship to Love?
    • We will consider how we relate to love–– personally, psychologically, socially, experientially, dharmically.
  • How is love understood in Buddhism?
    • Where does love arise in dharma teachings and as part of practice? What does it mean to love freedom, love ourselves, love others, love all beings, love life and love the dharma?

Each class will include meditation, a dharma talk, interactive inquiry and discussion.  Please commit to attending each class.

TO REGISTER: Click here. The sliding scale registration fee is $75 to $300. Please pay the highest level that you can afford. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged, but it also is possible to register at the first class, space permitting.

TEACHER DANA:  The teacher is supported solely by your donations for his time and teachings (he does not receive any portion of the registration fee). Suggested donations are $60 to $300 (or $12 to $60 per class). This amount can be offered to the teacher by cash, check (payable to SF Insight), or credit card at the first class or at each individual class.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Call 415-727-6220 or click here to send an email.

Eugene Cash is the founding teach of San Francisco Insight. He has practiced meditation since 1981, has taught Buddhism since 1991, and has also taught  The Diamond Approach for the past 20 years.

For those unable to afford the registration fee at the low end of the sliding scale, some limited income and scholarship slots are available. Please call 415-727-6220 prior to the first class if the registration fee is an obstacle to your participation.

*Please consider the highest level you can donate in order to support those who have fewer resources. *We ask for your commitment to the full class series. Series classes build on one another; your commitment supports coherence of the teachings and allows the participants to mature as a group.