Radical Responsibility with Acharya Fleet Maull: Opening night talk and community event
with Fleet Maull
June 14 / 7:00 PM - June 14 / 9:00 PM
Meditation, talk and book signing
Open to all
Fear and survival-based habitual patterns get in the way of realizing happiness and fulfillment in our relationships, careers, and life altogether. Join us for the opening night talk of Acharya Fleet Maull’s weekend long workshop exploring simple yet powerful tools for connecting with our innate goodness and wisdom, allowing us to shift self-limiting habitual patterns and create the life we want.
Acharya Fleet Maull is known across the country for his social activism, prison work and Dharma teaching. His latest book is Radical Responsibility: how to move beyond blame, fearlessly live your highest purpose, and become an unstoppable force for good.
We'll hear the opening talk of this weekend program focused on moving beyond the behaviors that prevent us from living full, authentic lives.
Read about the full weekend offering here
Mr. Maull will sign copies of his latest book, Radical Responsibility, after the talk. It will be available to all participants at a 10% discount (cash or check please).
Registration and prepayment is appreciated. Those who wish to make use of our generosity half price rate of may do so by registering not later than Monday, June 10th, and contacting us at [email protected]. Walk-in’s can be accommodated at the regular price.
Acharya Fleet Maull, PhD is a senior Shambhala lineage Dharma teacher and social activist working for peace & justice, criminal justice reform and social transformation. He is a pioneer and thought leader in the mainstream mindfulness movement, who founded Prison Mindfulness Institute, Engaged Mindfulness Institute and the Center for Mindfulness in Public Safety. He is also a Roshi and successor of Roshi Bernie Glassman in the Zen Peacemaker Order and leads bearing witness retreats and street retreats in the U.S., Europe and Africa. Acharya Maull is an end of life care educator who founded National Prison Hospice Association and co-founded the Upaya Institute's Buddhist Chaplaincy Training. He is the author of Dharma in Hell: The Prison Writings of Fleet Maull