Meditation Month 2024
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With an emphasis on the votive as well as practical uses of spiritual objects, this exhibition caters to religious practitioners and art appreciators alike.By Ilana Maymind PhD
Without equanimity, we can engage to an extent that we burn out or get lost in the situation we’re trying to help. Without fierce compassion, we won’t have the strength to stand up to injustice and address the real suffering that is ever-present. Both of these qualities help us to keep our hearts open and connected to deep care guided by wisdom.
This is a six-part online course about the journey from isolation and contraction to connection and expansion. Enroll today to walk this path with Sharon beginning November 13.With Sharon Salzberg
Join us on December 18 at 1 P.M. ET for a conversation with Ken McLeod to discuss the Vajrayana tradition and explore the question, how can the genius of Tibetan Buddhism become intelligible and accessible to the contemporary practitioner?
幸运飞行艇168体彩开奖网 Meditation Month is an annual challenge to commit to a daily practice throughout January. This year’s theme is Opening Your Heart: The Four Boundless States and will be led by Buddhist meditation teacher and practitioner Scott Tusa.
Cuong Lu introduces us to two types of happiness: happiness with a cause and happiness without a cause.
Carving the Divine offers a close look at the artistry and intention that goes into the 1400-year-old tradition of Buddhist wood-carving.
Vanessa Sasson’s new novel reimagines the story of the first Buddhist women’s request for ordination.With Vanessa Sasson