Seeing through the Buddha’s Eyes

This is the second of a 2 talk series. Explore the practice of contemplative photography and how looking mindfully though a camera (or cellphone!) lens can help us to practice mindfulness and gratitude while also teaching us about craving and impermanence.

On April 19th, during the first talk, Fellowship members and friends were encouraged to try seeing in this way and capturing mindful moments throughout the following month. This subsequent talk in the series will involve Fellowship members and friends displaying the images they took and reflecting on their experiences capturing these moments. Presented by Pam Mulready.

Sliding scale suggested donation $10 – $20

A short Introduction to Meditation Training session will be held before the gathering at 9:45 a.m.

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  1. Please join us for the second half of our discussion of contemplative photography entitled “Seeing through the eyes of the Buddha” on Sunday May 31st. Below please find a helpful website that explains how we can practice some of the essential principles of Buddhism through the lens of photography. The talk on the 31st will include photos taken using this approach. Please email any photos you would like to share during that talk to Pam at If you would like to talk about your experience taking the photos that would be great, if you would just like to share the image without speaking about it that’s fine too.

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