Dharma Group for Lawyers
One Sunday per month, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
For Sunday, April 11
In the meantime, consider the spring. We have had/are having a strange and difficult time. And, we need time to re-create, sometimes known as recreation. So, please notice the flowers and the trees and grasses. Notice the children in your life. Enjoy spring asparagus and actual seasonal fragrant strawberries. and hugs! Among vaccinated folks, real hugs!!
Let us gather and share what gives us joy and comfort in these “interesting” times.
Tassajara has canceled May retreats, including ours.
Law Dharma offers lawyers meditation-based programs intended to deepen their practice of law. Too often we are so entangled in our emotions or our view of a case that we cannot see clearly. We cause ourselves and others to suffer when we lash out in anger or we fail to see opportunities because we are so blinded by our own attachments to emotions or views. The meditative perspective helps to keep us grounded and able to see clearly.
Law Dharma founder Mary Mocine studied law at Hastings College of the Law. She was admitted to the California bar in 1971. Ms. Mocine practiced legal service, litigation and labor law for 18 years. In 1989 she left the practice of law to become a Buddhist monk.
Law Dharma offers a monthly meditation/discussion group. We meet at 9:30 for a half-hour meditation then have a discussion of a topic of interest for about an hour then have a potluck brunch.
There is an MCLE retreat led by Mary Mocine held at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center. Details can be found below and registration information at www.sfzc.org.
Articles by Mary Mocine
- “Is it useful?”, California Lawyer, December 2004
- “Realizing Kindness”, California Lawyer
- “The Art of Listening, California Lawyer, 2000