Meditation Meditation Month 2020
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Sticking with It
This is a six-part online course about the journey from isolation and contraction to connection and expansion. Enroll today to walk this path with Sharon beginning November 13.
Have you wondered what the purpose of mindfulness really is? What is it that meditators awaken to? How does being kind to others promote our own wellbeing? Walk a path to freedom of mind and heart with Sharon Salzberg's new online course.
It takes courage to open your heart—and it also takes practice. Join bestselling author and meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg in The Boundless Heart, an eight-week course on Buddhism's Four Immeasurables: lovingkindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity. In this carefully structured program, Sharon will offer practical methods for bringing these heart-opening qualities, so fundamental to the Buddhist path, into your everyday life.
Far from being an idealistic, sentimental, or romantic emotion, genuine love is an ability and capacity within us—an inner resource we can grow. Drawing from timeless Buddhist wisdom and lovingkindness practice, we'll train in cultivating unconditional love for ourselves, those close to us, and ultimately for all beings.
In this episode, Tricycle’s Editor and Publisher James Shaheen speaks to Sharon Shalzberg about the making of her new book, Real Change: Mindfulness to Heal Ourselves and Our World, and how her meditation practice provides an emotional anchor in difficult times.
This month, Tricycle Talks is releasing five podcasts featuring people who are creating change in their communities. Stay tuned for episodes with four other changemakers—Shelly Tygielski, Michael Kink, Daisy Hernández, and Arian Moayed—who are using their unique platforms to bring about real change in the world.
In this episode of Tricycle Talks, contributing editor Amy Gross speaks with renowned meditation teacher and best-selling author Sharon Salzberg. Co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, Salzberg was among the first to bring mindfulness meditation practice to the West. Her new book, Real Happiness at Work, helps us cultivate mindfulness, compassion and awareness at work. In this podcast, Gross and Salzberg speak on the practices that can help us bring these qualities into our workplace and infuse our work with greater meaning.
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