Connecting Together: The Practice of Reciprocity

Connecting Together: The Practice of Reciprocity

With Lhasha Tizer, MS

Tuesday evenings, August 9, 16, 23, 30th from 6:00 to 7:30


Class size is limited to 8 people, please register early to ensure your participation


Connecting Together invites a group of like-minded people who wish for self-understanding, group integration, friendliness, and supportive guidance. In this context we choose to come together to create an environment of mindful speaking and deep listening where confidentiality is the template on which communication is built between participants. A key part of the process is establishing a “Set of Agreements” that make possible a container of safety, mutual respect, kindness and caring that is foundational for dynamic exchange.

Each session consists of a brief meditation practice, a check-in period for each individual to share what is most present for them, an opportunity for an emergent theme to develop from this process, and/ or the facilitator to offer a theme for discussion. Each person is able to receive guidance and suggestions for their particular concerns and other group members can participate in this discussion if agreed upon within the group setting. The intention is to allow an exchange of views, perspectives, and agreements that add to each person’s well-being, ease, happiness, and freedom.

The personal confidence and interpersonal skills learned in these four weeks are a valuable resource for ongoing exchanges in regard to the common good.

Lhasha Tizer, MS has been studying, practicing, teaching and guiding others in meditation, mindfulness practices and Buddhist teachings for over forty-five years.

She is a graduate of Spirit Rock Meditation Center’s Community Dharma Leader Program in 2012; and has taught weekly classes, Buddhist Book Groups, Day- long and weekend meditation retreats at Tucson Community Meditation Center since 2000.  She also has a private practice as a guide and consultant working with individuals. Lhasha is currently in the process of completing Cloud Sangha’s Mentoring Program where she has been trained to facilitate small groups and individuals in collaboration, guided discussion, and meditation in order to have a deeper sense of a true self. In addition Lhasha has a background as a holistic health counselor, holistic nutritionist, and a teacher of The Japanese Way of Tea and Chinese tea ritual called “Gung Fu Cha”.

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Aug 09 2022


6:00 pm - 7:30 pm




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527 N Tucson Blvd Tucson AZ 85719


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