Buddhist pilgrimage usually entails the renunciation of our familiar, comfortable world to encounter an environment infused with blessings. In this series, however, we’ll explore how to frame our ordinary, daily lives within a context of sacredness and openness. By unpacking the Himalayan Buddhist understanding of how we move through and interact with sacred spaces, Lama Elizabeth Monson reveals how to experience each moment of our lives as an opportunity for transformation and awakening.
Lama Elizabeth Monson, PhD., has studied in the Kagyu and Nyingma lineages of Tibetan Buddhism for nearly 30 years. She is a dharma teacher in the Kagyu tradition, Spiritual Co-Director of Natural Dharma Fellowship in Boston, and Managing Teacher at Wonderwell Mountain Refuge in New Hampshire. She holds a Doctorate in Religious Studies with a focus in Tibetan Buddhism and Ethics from Harvard University and has lectured at Harvard Divinity School.