We experience loss regularly, how does bodhicitta become critical to move onwards? How does bodhicitta help us become more resilient?
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.
This course will explore a Buddhist and psychotherapeutic approach to emotional life. Dr Pilar Jennings, a psychoanalyst and lecturer in Buddhist studies, will offer her perspective on a range of emotions, including anger, anxiety, and desire, from a spiritual and clinical lens. Together we will reflect on the common and complex struggles with strong feelings and cultivate insights and tools to navigate them with greater ease
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.
This unique four-year program offers meditations, lectures, and practical tools for modern practitioners, emphasizing direct experience, personal transformation, and real-world applicability. Join for a semester or for a single session.
This program explores a practical path of transformation by being present with our pain, fear, and aversion. Mindfulness exercises and emptiness meditation are included along with reminders of how the Buddha practiced to help us move through these less than comfortable states.
Kimberly Brown reads from her book, shares her own experiences of loss, and leads brief mediations to help anyone suffering with loss.
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.
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.
Stephan offers guidance learning to slow down, cultivate radical acceptance, establish a healthy meditation practice and bring mindfulness into your daily life and relationships.