Aging and Impermanence: A Conversation with Lewis Richmond and Douglas Penick
Meditation is releasing whatever reasons and justifications we might have, and taking up this moment with no thought that this can or should be something other than just this.
The eightfold path is the Buddha's prescription for ending suffering. It outlines eight aspects of a contemplative life. Each aspect reinforces the others, creating a compound effect that elevates our meditation, ethical behavior and wise understanding of life. Join Bodhi College faculty in this six-week course exploring the Buddha’s path to freedom beginning November 14, 2022.With Stephen Batchelor, Martine Batchelor, Jake Dartington, and Christoph Köck
Take a once-in-a-lifetime journey to visit these sacred sites across Northern India and Nepal. On this special triple-carbon-offset pilgrimage, coming up December 3-18, you’ll visit some of Buddhism’s most holy places with an intimate group of like-minded seekers and practitioners.
Join authors and Buddhist teachers Lewis Richmond and Douglas Penick for a conversation on aging as a profound teaching in impermanence. Together, they will explore questions including how to manage the increased uncertainty that getting older brings and finding the seeds of awakening in confronting our own mortality.
Join us on this Buddhist Pilgrimage to Mongolia and witness a Buddhist renaissance firsthand in the Land of the Eternal Blue Sky—August 4-16, 2023.
This series will introduce the four mental trainings for overcoming unwholesome states and reaching wholesome ones that can provide the serenity of mind for further progress in concentrative and insight practices.
Precious Guru traces the spiritual life and legacy of Padmasambhava—the 8th-century tantric master also known as Guru Rinpoche—and relates some of the wild adventures he is said to have gone on.
In this episode of Life As It Is, meditation teacher Kimberly Brown lays out concrete tools to help us become better friends to ourselves as we grieve.With Kimberly Brown Length: 51:11