What if there is Nothing Wrong?
with Jil Amadio
December 18 / 8:15 PM - December 18 / 9:15 PM
Join us on this Wednesday evening at 8:15pm for a talk and discussion led by Shastri Jil Amadio.
Often our life becomes an endless search to some how change, fix or at least improve ourselves. Our sense of self worth is tied to some preset belief and our life becomes an endless struggle to measure up. From the point of view of the Shambhala meditative tradition, this is a fundamental misunderstanding.
Join us as we explore the possibility and ask the question, what if there is nothing wrong?
Note: The talk, Demystifying the Vajrayana, which was originally scheduled for this evening is postponed until the new year. Details to follow.
About Shastri Amadio
Jil Amadio has been a student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche since 1989 and is a much-loved senior Shambhala teacher based at the Toronto Shambhala Meditation Centre. Known for her warm heart and keen insight, she provides support for teachers and meditation students. Jil served previously as Practice and Education Director in Toronto before being appointed Shastri, and is inspired to work towards creating regional unity while supporting the development of local leaders. Her career has been in communications, working in areas such as crisis and change management, corporate branding, and media skills training. She also sits on the board of an international NGO that works in child rights advocacy.
This event is part of our regular Wednesday evening program which includes group sitting from 7pm to 8pm. Meditation instruction is also offered at 7pm.
Everyone welcome for any part or all of this Wednesday evening.