The Three Principal Aspects of the Path with Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Delek
Rinpoche will explain this succinct text that brilliantly presents the entire Buddhist path. We will learn how relevant and practical these teachings are for us as a guide to living well.
Navigating Grief and Loss with Kimberly Brown
Kimberly Brown reads from her book, shares her own experiences of loss, and leads brief mediations to help anyone suffering with loss.
How to See Yourself as You Really Are with Stephan Pende
Shantideva Center welcomes meditation teacher Stephan Pende as he leads an in-depth guided reading of the Dalai Lama’s book How to See Yourself as You Really Are–which is actually a tightly focused and clear meditation program for learning to see the world and ourselves as we actually exist, without the overlay of false imagination.
Cultivating and Deepening a Meditation Practice with Elaine Jackson
In this four-session course, we explore how to cultivate and sustain a meditation practice. Establishing an enduring practice, one that leads to lasting happiness, requires sustained effort.
Rebirth Without Faith with Gus Cutz
The purpose of this series is to give an initial taste of the sophisticated line of inquiry underpinning one of the most central tenets of Buddhist thought and practice and to discuss how we might use the same methods used in the ancient Buddhist texts for answering modern questions not directly addressed in ancient times.
The Eight Verses of Training the Mind by Geshe Langri Thangpa with Geshe Kyab
Geshe Konchog Kyab gives teachings on The Eight Verses of Training the Mind, the famous spiritual poem composed by the 11th century Tibetan Bodhisattva Geshe Langri Tangpa.
Celebrating Lhabab Duchen, commemorating the Buddha’s return to earth after teaching the Dharma to his mother in the God Realm of the Thirty-Three!
16 Arhats Puja
The Sixteen Arhats puja is a powerful purification practice. Buddha Shakyamuni personally selected the Sixteen Arhats from amongst his disciples and requested them to protect the Dharma.
We Create Our Own Reality: The Natural Law of Karma with Venerable Robina Courtin
Buddha’s view of reality is that the universe exists within the natural law of cause of effect, of karma. The experiential implication of this view is empowerment, accountability, and the courage to change.
Nagarjuna’s Praise to Satisfying Sentient Beings with Geshe Tenzin Namdak
Join Geshe Namdak as he directs our minds to this beautiful and deceptively simple practice of cherishing others, by way of Nagarjuna’s “Praise to Satisfying Sentient Beings.”