One thing I love about this practice is that whatever needs to show up shows up. If there's something that needs to be attended to or cared for, there's always space. Everything is welcome. Cultivating equanimity gives us the opportunity to be present for any type of experience in our life, for any range of experiences, independent of the conditions. The cultivation of the bramavihāras—the qualities of the heart that sustain and nourish us—also gives us an orientation of how we can connect with ourselves and others in a way that is caring, loving, and respectful.

 
bruni dávila
bruni dávila

bruni dávila

Spirit Rock Residential Teacher

bruni dávila (she/they) has practiced Insight/Zen meditation since 1995. A graduate from the 2017-2021 IMS Teacher Training Program, she has been guided and supported by various wonderful teachers/sanghas, and her ancestors of Puerto Rican heritage. bruni's practice is grounded in the teachings of Mahasi Sayadaw and Sayadaw U Tejaniya.