Wednesday February 24, Maia Duerr, will give a dharma reflection
Start 5:30pm with 15 minutes of meditation
If you want to join the dharma reflection please email Petra for the zoom link.
Maia is an anthropologist, writer, and longtime Zen student. In 2012, she received lay ordination from Roshi Joan Halifax as a lay Buddhist chaplain. She is a student in the Soto Zen lineage of Suzuki Roshi, and has lived and practiced at the San Francisco Zen Center where she received jukai from Victoria Shosan Austin in 2008. She continues to study with Shosan.
From 2004-2008, Maia worked at the Buddhist Peace Fellowship where she served as executive director and editor of Turning Wheel magazine. She directed Upaya Zen Center’s Buddhist Chaplaincy Training Program from its inception in 2008 to 2014.
In 2017, Maia’s first book, Work That Matters: How to Create a Livelihood That Reflects Your Core Intention, was published by Parallax Press. You can learn more about Maia’s work and her writings on her website: www.maiaduerr.com.