Moods can be awful or delightful, or a lot in between. One of the last things Joseph Goldstein said to me when I practiced with him at the Forest Refuge was, "Don't be fooled by your moods." Up to then, I hadn't really considered mood a phenomenon that could fool me, but he tipped me off to studying them, and now I see how they often trip us up.
How can our practice help us recognize that we're in a mood, and once we do, what can be done about it? Come this Sunday, 7-8:30pm and we'll examine how our practice can keep us from being "fooled" by our moods, and how that work can contribute to our spiritual growth. All are welcome.