4 Ways of Working with Fear

How do we learn not to contract — mentally, physically, emotionally — in the face of fear?

In this Wisdom Talk, iBme lead teacher Jessica Morey weaves together classical teachings, stories, personal experience, and reflection to explore 4 ways of working with fear. Drawing on timeless Buddhist teachings, Jessica shares four qualities of heart and mind that we can actively cultivate — at all times, and especially during times of heightened fear.

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* 4 Ways of Working with Fear was recorded live during an online iBme retreat with Harvard University in the context of the Corona virus outbreak.

4 Ways of Working with Fear blog postJessica Morey began practicing meditation at age 14 in the Insight Meditation Society teen retreats. She participated for 10 years in an IMS young-adult mentoring group and has attended longer (1-3 month) retreats in Asia and the US. She is a founding board member and lead teacher for iBme teen retreats. Her article for Mindful Magazine, “Finding My Way,” explores the benefits of mindfulness during her young-adult years.

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