Abiding as Wholeness: A Conversation with Sharon Landrith

Thursday, July 25, 7 p.m. CT


Abiding as Wholeness A Conversation with Sharon Landrith 7.25.24Sharon Landrith is a gifted teacher for whom the spiritual path is not a map but a well-known territory. Her direct experiences reveal the process of awakening to the fundamental root of all things, in the midst of ordinary living. A spouse, mother, and grandmother, Sharon integrates the world of spirit and matter, as the perception of form as emptiness and emptiness as form. The discovery of this ongoing process, which she calls embodiment, brings to us a depth of wisdom that makes spiritual practice both reachable and inviting.

In this conversation, Sharon and TSA National Secretary Juliana Cesano will explore many key themes for living a spiritual life: the limitations of meditation, the value of silence and vigilance, the process of embodiment, the feminine approach to spirituality, love and wholeness as deep primordial ground, and much more.

carolyn myssSharon Landrith is a gifted spiritual teacher and intuitive counselor. Raised as a Christian, she went on to study with Jean Klein and was a Buddhist student for 30 years. She met the spiritual teacher Adyashanti in 2000 and received dharma transmission from him three years later, then began to teach in his lineage. She is one of the 12 women featured in the book Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Wisdom by Rita Marie Robinson.

This program will be streamed live on YouTube, Facebook, and our website on Thursday, July 25, at 7 p.m. CT.