Osel discusses his lifelong immersion in Buddhist philosophy, advocating for media's role in making Buddhism accessible. His aim is to empower individuals to find happiness and meaning through service.
This program guides participants through essential steps for lasting happiness, including understanding afflictions, finding inner contentment, strengthening ethics, developing concentration, nurturing wisdom, and expanding compassion for all beings.
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.
Shantideva Center is deeply honored to host Khandro-la (Khandro Tsering Kunga Bum-ma) on the auspicious day of Saka Dawa, which commemorates Shakyamuni Buddha’s birth, enlightenment, and parinirvana. Khandro-la will offer teachings, Q&A, and a puja with tsog.
We will explore such questions from an experiential point of view, using both scientific and Buddhist knowledge of the mind and meditation, in a journey that may translate into increasing lasting happiness and a positive impact on oneself, others, and the world.
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."
This program will weave eight pillars of joy (perspective, humility, humor, acceptance, forgiveness, gratitude, compassion, and generosity) into the realistic tools necessary to undertake that journey.