"Be the Goldfish: Attuning to Change"
with Yenkuei Chuang
Wednesday, November 3, 2021; 7:00-8:30pm
Suggested donation: $7-25**
Goldfish photo by Andrew Haimerl (andrewnef) on Unsplash
Practice together remotely with other sangha members in a relaxed online atmosphere (7:00) and enjoy a dharma talk (7:35).
Yenkuei Chuang, Ph.D., is a mindfulness-based licensed psychologist with over twenty years of
experience in meditation, yoga, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Committed to the practices of awareness, wisdom, and love, she offers a
breadth of services to
individuals and groups. She helps people transform their suffering
across all life transitions and specifically with issues at work,
relationships, and sexuality. She is keenly aware of culture, gender,
race, class, and other social differences that condition our perceptions
and identities. When not working, she loves being a mother to her
four children, writing, cooking, and dancing.
received her M.Ed. in Human Development from Harvard University and
Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Stanford University. Also a
Fulbright Fellow, she wrote her dissertation on Bicultural Competence.
Previously she worked as a clinical psychologist at Harvard University
Health Services, a diversity consultant at Harvard Pilgrim Foundation,
and mindfulness instructor at Downunder School of Yoga. She is grateful
to Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh and Insight Meditation teachers for their
guidance and support.
you have the means, please consider a donation tonight. We operate
entirely on the sangha's acts of generosity. Your donation will help us
meet the minimum payment for the teacher and provide some support to the
ongoing operations of the sangha as well. Everyone is welcome at all of
our events, regardless of ability to donate. Therefore, those who
donate more are helping to make the center accessible to all.
A note about dana for Wednesday night Dharma talks: Our
teachers receive 60% of the dana given for Wednesday night Dharma
talks, as they traditionally have. That said, since the pandemic, dana
given for Dharma talks has decreased. As a result, IPV now provides
teachers with a minimum guaranteed amount. If you wish to give
additional dana solely to the teacher for this Dharma talk, there will
be an opportunity later in the process below.
can give online or send checks to InsightPV, 116 Pleasant Street, Suite
242, Easthampton, MA 01027. FYI: we check for mail once per week.
Dial in by phone for audio only: Call (646) 558-8656. Meeting ID: 943 156 1684. Password: 242