“In the end, it’s not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away” – Shing Xiong

Intro to Great Determination

Join Venerable KC DaiKai Madika WarEagle, Sensei, on Thursdays, every week for
9:30 - 10 AM Silent Meditation
10 - 10:30 Awakening Stillness Qi Gong
10:30 - 11:30 Teaching
at 1122 4th St in Santa Monica, CA (go to the courtyard door)

Venerable is an ordained American Buddhist monk in the Theravada and Zen Traditions, with
progressive views and background in Christian Theology who teaches the practical application
of ancient wisdom to daily life in the modern world. Here is a link to a video an interviewer made.

Instruction for meditation will be provided upon request.
Awakening Stillness Qi Gong
is a series of gentle movements in the standing position designed to  harmonize body mind and spirit. Practiced regularly it benefits health, balance, focus, calm, flexibility and clarity.

The Teaching draws on the Dhamma, the Dao, Theology and Sensei’s life experience to address questions and provide insight and direction in cases of conflict, stress and fear. It is delivered in direct and simple language, usually with humor and always with kindness.

Bring your questions and curiosity and find refreshing answers and engaging
~sometimes challenging, discussion.

Sensei has written a practical and transformative workbook available as a free Pdf right here!

Awakening Stillness Qigong is a Daoyin practice developed by Sensei to strengthen and deepen meditation on and off the cushion. She teaches in Santa Monica, California and offers both a CD and instruction book to students.

About Sensei: a Midwestern American preachers kid who life as a fundamentalist christian in the church of the Closed Plymouth Brethren, got a degree in religion from Furman University, became a pagan in college, was lost for awhile then found the answers she was looking for in Zen, ordained there and then also ordained as a Theravada Bhikkhuni in pursuit of the Dhamma.

Buddhist Mysticism: read about it here.

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