Geshe Lhakdor elaborates on the Buddhist concept of universal responsibility, how it relates to the climate crisis, and how these teachings will help us and the world to flourish.
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Ondy Willson will help deepen your understanding and use of mindfulness in everyday life by transferring your practice to everyday experience. Ego-busting: how to manage your “self” without damaging yourself.
Explore a Buddhist and psychotherapeutic approach to emotional life including anger, anxiety, and desire with Dr. Pilar Jennings, a psychoanalyst and lecturer in Buddhist studies. Cultivate insights and tools on these strong feelings over 3 sessions.
We experience loss regularly, how does bodhicitta become critical to move onwards? How does bodhicitta help us become more resilient?
Merely suppressing destructive patterns takes energy and is rarely effective in the long run. Using a foundation of Buddhist psychology, learn methods to replace destructive behavior with peace-enhancing habits.
Geshe Namdak, resident teacher at Jamyang Buddhist Centre in London, teaches on this rich yet concise text “Hymn to [the Buddha] the World Transcendent”. Few commentaries can be found on this work of Nagarjuna’s.
In this Q&A session, Venerable Losang Gendun introduces his new teaching series—a unique online course that offers in-depth training in Mahayana insight meditation—beginning Fall 2023.
Understand Buddha’s teachings in the context of his social, political and economic environment. Teachings that have flourished for over 2,500 years and nourish us today in our own lives.