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Dawn Neal

Dawn Neal began contemplative practice in 1997, and started practicing Buddhist meditation in 2004. She holds an MA (MDiv Equivalent) through the Institute of Buddhist Studies at the Graduate Theological Union. Her degree focused on Theravāda Studies and Buddhist Chaplaincy, with direction from Gil Fronsdal and Daijaku Kinst. Dawn has also earned two certifications from the Harvard Negotiation Project.

Dawn teaches meditation in Buddhist, secular, and interfaith contexts. She also volunteers in the IMC community, and has volunteered as a commissioned interfaith chaplain at SF General Hospital. She is currently enrolled in Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) with Stanford Spiritual Care. When not in CPE, she serves as a scholar, facilitator, and integral coach.

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Opening to Vulnerability Supports Creative Flow and Stillness
Dharma and the Creative Process
• Compassionately being with vulnerability opens us to alchemy and greater stillness.
Intention, Playfulness, and Perfectionism
Dharma and the Creative Process
Women in Buddhism Symposium: Caroline Rhys Davids 2015-11-1446:21
Cultivating Buddhist Love in Daily Life
Lovingkindness for all (week 4)
  • Handout: Unspecific Metta (PDF)
Lovingkindness Week 3
  • Handout: Metta for Neutral and Difficult people (class 3) (PDF)
Intro to Lovingkindness Week 2
  • Handout: Metta for oneself and a dear person (class 2) (PDF)
Introduction to Lovingkindness: 4 evenings (Series) 2015-06-035:21:47
Introduction to Metta (Lovingkindness) - six week series (Series) 2013-07-177:27:57


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