Buddhism & Mindfulness Presents: Aging & Our Practice as Support with Rev. Karen Johnston
When we are children, we often want to be more independent than we are. When we are in the late season of our life, we often cling to the independence we have experienced. Is there some balance or equanimity we can cultivate with our meditation practice?
Rev. Karen G. Johnston is the Settled Minister at The Unitarian Society in East Brunswick, NJ. She has been a practicing meditator for something like 20 years and began giving occasional instruction a decade ago. She swims in the Insight Meditation stream of Buddhism, her primary spiritual practice is befriending death, and is the founder of Date with Death Club, a forum for exploring mortality in community.