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."
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.
Shantideva Center presents Buddhist scholar Georges Dreyfus in three online sessions as he guides us through–and possibly beyond–the many dichotomies and facets of this lively sutra.
A follow-up course to “Healing Anxiety and Depression, Part 1” The classes are in three sections: a short presentation of the topic, some substantial time for discussion, and ending with a guided meditation.
Learn to draw The Four Harmonious Friends; the Elephant, Monkey, Hare and Partridge according to the tradition of Tibetan Buddhist Thangka. This workshop is suitable for everyone, including people without any drawing experience.
We are excited that Carmen Mensink will be returning to Shantideva Center to teach three courses for both beginners and advanced students.
This training is intended for anyone interested in improving conflict resolution skills at work or at home, including business professionals, nonprofit staff, and aspiring mediators. You can look forward to an enjoyable training with lots of discussion and skills practice
Ven. Robina teaches on how to infuse your compassion with courage, so you can stay optimistic and confident in the face of suffering in the world.
Ven. Robina Courtin returns to Shantideva Center, bringing a bounty of teachings in her characteristic big-hearted, no-nonsense style!
This program explores a path of transformation by being present with our pain, fear, and aversion and incorporates mindfulness exercises to help us move through these less than comfortable states.