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Nicolee McMahon on Zen Perspective on Impermanence
How is impermanence a primary truth of life? And how does impermanence connect us to joy and peace? We’ll explore these questions through Zen stories, direct experience and personal anecdotes.
Nicolee McMahon, Roshi, received Dharma Transmission from Taizan Maezumi Roshi in 1995. She is a co-founder of Three Treasures Zen Community (TTZC). She and her husband, Barry McMahon Roshi are retiring and closing TTZC in 2022. She has 7 successors.
Nicolee originated the Practice of Immediacy in the Arts® (PIA) an innovative means to access creative abilities. PIA does this by opening to our present moment-by-moment experience. Her book Arte of Now: Practice of Immediacy in the Arts is about this process. She is a retired marriage, family child therapist. She is married, and has two children, a stepson, and four grandchildren.
Date: Jan. 12, 2022
Location: PHES Gallery
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