Healing Your Wounded Heart and Learn How to Let Go

Bhante Sujatha
February 12
6:30-8:30pm
at Authentic Yoga Scottsdale

By Donation (suggested donation $35 but all are welcome!)
All proceeds go to Bhante’s annual incubator project
Bhante will do his book signing after his teachings and also you can Purchase his meditation CDs

Working with people for more than 40 years, as a monk and friend, I have come to know we all show up to life with wounds from our past. Childhood, trauma, suffering of all shapes and sizes. We all have wounds on our heart that effect how we feel, think and how we interact with the larger world. Healing our wounded hearts is the work of this lifetime—allowing our heart to heal means we create the space to authentically feel and acknowledge the truth of suffering and the path to the end of this suffering. Instead of trying to “get over” our wounds, I help people come together in love and truth to move forward and let go of the effects of these wounds. Simple practices are not easy. The effort is worth it!

Bhante Sujatha, a 30+ year Buddhist Monk, is singularly focuses on adding more love in the world. Bhante teaches loving-kindness meditation to people around the globe for all those seeking the art of happiness and contentment. His approach to meditation is deep and simple, bringing core Buddhist teachings to everyone in a way that is practical and easy to understand. A joyful, radiant, funny and wildly energetic monk, Bhante will help you obtain peace that can only be found in deep silence. He is originally from Sri Lanka and is the head monk / abbot of the Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple and Meditation Center in Woodstock, IL.