Buddhist Meditation Retreats

What do writers want more than anything in the world? Time to write. Yet even if such precious time could be found, it’s not always easy to settle into the writing groove. Meditation can help synchronize more →
Join us for this special program and allow your aspirations for the New Year to become clear. Become more confident, creative, and committed through reflection and renewal. Our gathering will include guided mindfulness-awareness meditation, body practice, more →

ONLINE • Leap into 2021: Create Your Intention

Jon Barbieri and Dhi Good

December 31, 2020–January 2, 2021
In today’s world, when so many factors elicit our empathy and desire to help, we very quickly become drained, overwhelmed, and burned out. We just cannot expose ourselves to so much suffering! Both Buddhism and compassion science have more →

ONLINE • Overcoming Burnout through Mindful Compassion

Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown

January 23, 2021
This weekend retreat will explore the core tenets of Buddhism, for those who are interested in establishing a meditation practice for the first time, as well as for those who have a current practice but want more →

ONLINE • Foundations of Buddhism

Dr. Amelia Hall

January 29–31, 2021
This weekend retreat introduces the short daily practice of White Tara, one of the most famous bodhisattvas of compassion in Tibetan Buddhism. Emanated from the tears of the compassionate Avalokiteshvara, peaceful White Tara is said to more →

ONLINE • White Tara: A Soothing Practice for Difficult Times

Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown

February 6–7, 2021
The Short Course in Mindful Self-Compassion (SC-MSC) is a highly experiential program that will teach you how to care for yourself with understanding and support when you need it most — when you fail, feel inadequate, more →

ONLINE • The Short Course in Mindful Self-Compassion

Megan Prager

February 24–March 31, 2021
Like all other branches of science, the science of mind must be primarily based on the rigorous observation of natural phenomena. Much as astronomers rely on the telescope, so do contemplatives rely on the power of more →