Dharma talk with author Maia Zenyu Duerr: The Dharma of Right Livelihood
November 4 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pmDana
In this dharma talk, based on Maia’s book Work That Matters, we will explore traditional Buddhist teachings on right livelihood as well as how those teachings translate to our contemporary world of work. Maia will share the Six Keys to Liberation-Based Livelihood and talk about how to apply them to the questions such as, “What is our work to do?” and “How can our work be most wholesome for ourselves, as well as providing service to the world?”
After the dharma talk you’re welcome for a potluck, to meet Maia.
BIO: A writer, consultant, and coach, Maia Zenyu Duerr draws on her decades of Zen practice and training in anthropology to create powerful tools for integrating mindfulness into the workplace. She is the author of Work That Matters: Create a Livelihood That Reflects Your Core Intention (Parallax Press, 2017).
Through her workshops, online programs, coaching, and writing, she has supported people around the world to create work that matters. Maia has lived and practiced at San Francisco Zen Center, is a student of Victoria Shosan Austin, and lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she has served as a practice mentor at Upaya Zen Center.