Navigating Grief and Loss
with Kimberly Brown

In her new book Navigating Grief and Loss: 25 Buddhist Practices to Keep your Heart Open to Yourself and Others, meditation teacher Kimberly Brown weaves together poignant personal stories of loss with traditional mindfulness and lovingkindness practices. Her approach to the changes in life—the death of a parent, getting fired from your job, or an unexpected divorce—empowers you to engage with and befriend your sadness, pain, and mourning, and discover the true openness and peace available within us all, no matter what the circumstances.

At this event, Kimberly will read from her book, share her own experiences of loss, and lead brief mediations to help anyone suffering with loss—of any kind—access and benefit from their own beautiful qualities of love, compassion, and wisdom.

This program is appropriate for and open to anyone who is experiencing mourning and grief, and anyone who knows someone struggling to deal with loss and death. No experience with meditation or Buddhism is necessary and all are welcome.


About the Author

Kimberly Brown is a meditation teacher who specializes in helping people cultivate compassion and lovingkindness. She’s been leading classes, workshops, and retreats since 2011. Kim is a Certified Mindfulness Teacher, Professional Level (CMT-P) with the International Mindfulness Teachers Association, and a graduate of the yearlong IDP Meditation Teacher Training program. She is also the author of Steady, Calm, and Brave: 25 Practices of Wisdom and Resilience in a Crisis. She’s been a Buddhist student for many years and is grateful to her mentors, Sharon Salzberg and Ven. Robina Courtin, and so many other amazing teachers. You can learn more about Kim at her website,