Walking the Path of Jesus and the Buddha

  • 04 Aug 2015
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
  • Compassion Education Center

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Vanessa F. Hurst

The Way of Compassion was the lived experience of both Jesus and the Buddha. Each created a bridge from his intent to his compassionate action.  We want to mirror this way of being, but life seems to interfere. The connection between our intent and action becomes blurred.  This four-session class draws upon the spiritual traditions of Christianity and Buddhism and includes these topics:  Passionately Building a Foundation of Awareness, Embracing Life As It Is, Taking an Intentional Look at You, Building the Bridge While Walking Across It.  Pre-requisite: The desire to live with curious daring and courage as you become fully awake and fully compassionate.

Text:  Engaging Compassion Through Intent and Action, by Vanessa Hurst

4 Tuesdays, August 4 - 25, 6:00 to 7:30 pm

SPECIAL PRICE:  $65

Some partial scholarships are available upon request. Please email DrepungGomangCompassion@gmail.com.


Vanessa F. Hurst, author of Engaging Compassion Through Intent and Action, is a member of the Coordinating Circle for Compassionate Louisville and a Community Builder.  She regionally presents programs focusing on contemplative living, compassion, and intuition.  Vanessa holds a master’s degree in Natural Health.  As an intuitive healer and spiritual mentor, Vanessa understands that compassion, healing, and growth are only possible through intent and action.



Vanessa F. Hurst

The Way of Compassion was the lived experience of both Jesus and Buddha. Each created a bridge from his intent to his compassionate action.  We want to mirror this way of being, but life seems to interfere. The connection between our intent and action becomes blurred.  This four-session class draws upon the spiritual traditions of Christianity and Buddhism and includes these topics:  Passionately Building a Foundation of Awareness, Embracing Life As It Is, Taking an Intentional Look at You, Building the Bridge While Walking Across It.  Pre-requisite: The desire to live with curious daring and courage as you become fully awake and fully compassionate.

Text:  Engaging Compassion Through Intent and Action, by Vanessa Hurst

4 Tuesdays, August 4 - 25, 6:00 to 7:30 pm
$89, Early Bird: $79 by July 21

Some partial scholarships are available upon request. Please email DrepungGomangCompassion@gmail.com.


Vanessa F. Hurst, author of Engaging Compassion Through Intent and Action, is a member of the Coordinating Circle for Compassionate Louisville and a Community Builder.  She regionally presents programs focusing on contemplative living, compassion, and intuition.  Vanessa holds a master’s degree in Natural Health.  As an intuitive healer and spiritual mentor, Vanessa understands that compassion, healing, and growth are only possible through intent and action.

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