Upcoming events

    • 23 Mar 2019
    • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Shrine Room and Compassion Education Center
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    Prayer, Meal and Gratitude Gathering

    Saturday, March 23, 12:30pm

    All are invited to be part of our farewell celebration!  We have been blessed with the presence of tour leader Geshe Monlam Gyatso, and tour members Geshe Ngawang Sopa, Geshe Ngawang Jinpa, Tenzin Gyatso, Lobsang Jamyang, Tenzin Gyatso, Tenpa Gyamtso, and Lobsang Tsmdne who have traveled around the US spreading a message of compassion including sharing interfaith dialogue, Tibetan culture and Dharma Teachings since February 28, 2018.  The group spent many weeks at DGCEC over the course of these 13 months, a real blessing for our center, city and whole region. 

    PLEASE let us know you are coming so we can plan appropriately: here or by calling 502-614-5616.

    We are grateful for you to bring fruit or dessert to share!

    If desired, an offering for each monk in a separate envelope is welcome.

    • 29 Mar 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Compassion Education Center
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    TIBETAN MOMOS and MOVIE NIGHT!

    Friday, March 29:  Dinner, 5:30pm, Free Movie, 6pm 

    Featuring:  “Fire Under the Snow

    The Venerable Palden Gyatso, a Buddhist monk since childhood, was arrested by the Chinese Communist Army in 1959. He spent 33 years in prison for the ‘crime’ of demonstrating peacefully. He was starved and tortured. His nation and culture were destroyed, his teachers, friends and family displaced, jailed or killed under Chinese occupation. Despite this, he remained unbroken, and kept the flame of his spirit ablaze. “Fire Under the Snow” reveals the contours of an inspirational story: the survival of a soul under unthinkable duress.  Ven. Palden Gyatso passed away on Nov 30, 2018, in freedom in India, after tirelessly working to bring awareness to the suffering inside Tibet. We honor him and the struggle of all Tibetans for human rights in this 60th year of the occupation of The Land of the Snows.   

    Join us for community building!

    $10 for 7 beef or veggie filled momos with salad or $20 for 16 delicious momos with salad.  Can't stay? Carryout available from 4:30 - 6:30pm.

    PRE-ORDERS REQUIRED: Here or Call 502-614-5616

    • 01 Apr 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM (EDT)
    • Compassion Education Center
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    with Pamela Cotton, PhD

    Monday evening, 7 – 8:15pm, April 1

    Explore themes to help your mindfulness practice develop on these once monthly sessions.  In each gathering of Deepening Your Practice, Pamela will explore a topic, then guide you through one or more practice periods.  Topics vary, focusing on mindfulness, on mindfulness-based self-compassion practices, and/or on ways to bring mindfulness, presence, and resilience into your everyday life.  Questions are encouraged in this wonderful opportunity to move beyond the blocks in one’s practice.  Students of all levels, including beginners, are welcome.

    Coming Sessions:

    Monday, April 1, 7 – 8:15pm           Exploring the Breath

    Monday, May 6, 7 – 8:15pm            Mindful Listening

    Monday, June 3, 7 – 8:15pm           Exploring Silence

    Drop in; no registration necessary.   Suggested payment: Sliding Scale, $10-$20;

    More info: 502-614-5616 or DrepungGomangCompassion@gmail.com.

    Pamela Cotton, Ph.D. is trained in clinical psychology and had a psychotherapy private practice for many years.  She studied meditation in several traditions and incorporated mindfulness into her work with her clients. Pamela shifted focus from clinical practice to teaching and coaching, integrating mindfulness with resilience development.  She is the author of several books including Mindful Resilience and Compassion in Leadership.   Her coaching clients learn to integrate mindfulness into their lives and use current life challenges as opportunities for growth and personal transformation.   Pamela is a Trained Teacher of Mindful Self-Compassion.  She greatly values personal development and continues her own studies and mindfulness practice.

    • 02 Apr 2019
    • 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • 28 May 2019
    • 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Compassion Education Center
    • 13
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    with Anne Walter

    8 Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00pm, April 2 through May 28

    CCT is a unique 8-week process that develops the qualities of compassion, empathy, and kindness. Expand your empathy and concern for others, develop your strength to be with suffering and take compassionate action, and build resilience to prevent compassion fatigue.   

    During 2-hour sessions you will explore training your mind and developing skills for relating to yourself and others by intentionally choosing compassionate thoughts and actions. Weekly sessions employ input and discussion, in-class exercises and daily meditation practices to develop loving-kindness, empathy, and compassion, as well as “real-world homework” assignments that nurture compassionate thoughts and actions. 

    CCT supports your own health, happiness, and well-­­being. Research suggests that by increasing self-­­compassion CCT can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, and enhance connections with others.

    CCT was developed by Thupten Jinpa (principal English translator for His Holiness the Dalai Lama) at Stanford University with a team of contemplative scholars, clinical psychologists, and researchers.

    NOTE: CCT involves a daily guided meditation. A commitment to practicing between meetings and attending all 8 sessions is strongly recommended to gain the full benefits of the process. There will be no class on May 14.

    Priced according to your ability: $150, $265, $370.  Those able to pay more make assistance available to those in need.  Some partial scholarships are available.  Register here or at 502-614-5616.

    Enrollment limit for the class: 15 students.  Registration closes when full. 

    CEs  are available for psychologists, LCSWs, LPCCs, LEPs, LMFTs, and nurses* (14 CEs for the 16-hour, 8-week class).  $50 additional fee.

    *CE credits for psychologists are provided by the Spiritual Competency Resource Center (SCRC) which is co-sponsoring this program. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Spiritual Competency Resource Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content. SCRC is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP16887) for licensed nurses in California. The California Board of Behavioral Sciences accepts CE credits for LCSW, LPCC, LEP, and LMFT license renewal for programs offered by approved sponsors of CE by the American Psychological Association. For questions about receiving your Certificate of Attendance, contact Compassion Institute, Inc. at aly@compassioninstitute.com. For questions about CE, visit www.spiritualcompetency.com or contact David Lukoff, PhD at CE@spiritualcompetency.com. APA offers reciprocity in Kentucky for Licensed Professional Counselors and Social Workers. Please ask your licensing agency to determine if they can accept CEs from an APA-approved cosponsor.

    Seeking to be a bridge-builder between cultures, religious traditions and communities, Anne Walter has served in interfaith, social justice and peace-focused ministry for 30 years. As a student of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, she was honored to serve as the Chair of Engaging Compassion, His Holiness’ multi-day visit to Louisville in 2013.  Anne is the Director of Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion and is a Certified Teacher of Compassion Cultivation Training© (CCT) of the Compassion InstituteTM and Stanford University. 


    • 03 Apr 2019
    • 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • 24 Apr 2019
    • 3:30 PM (EDT)
    • Compassion Education Center
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    with Vanessa Hurst, ms

    4 Wednesdays, 2 – 3:30pm, April 3 – 24, 2019

    The world has never been so connected. We communicate instantaneously via the internet, watch the world unfolding on 24-hour news channels, and can be thousands of miles away in a matter of hours. Yet, a virus of dissociation rages across the globe. Schism have formed between nations, political ideologies, and religious beliefs. However, deepening schisms need not be the end of our story. Within each of us is the power to bridge ideological divides and, in doing so, create a compassionate, nonviolent world. We begin by recognizing that we are imperfect in an uncertain world.

    Highlights of this four-week journey:

    • identify the roots of interior violence
    • re-frame your perception of the world
    • increase your awareness of the internal catalysts of external violence
    • grow in awareness of the choice to compassionately respond or violently react
    • recognize the role of community in creating a nonviolent world
    • collaborate within the collective consciousness to fashion nonviolent communal engagement
    • articulate how your life can be a message of nonviolence and compassion
    • develop a regular practice of self-compassion

      Cost: $65; Bring a friend and get a discount! Two for $110.  Receive a workbook with supportive exercises free as part of the fee.

      Register:  DrepungGomangUSA.org, or call 502-614-5616.  Limited to 20 participants.

      Some partial scholarships available upon request: DrepungGomangCompassion@gmail.com

      Interested but unable to attend on this day/hour? Let us know and we may offer another session time.

      Vanessa F. Hurst, ms, is a life coach through intuitive connection, author, and compassion consultant who weaves her inner wisdom into all she touches. Her books are available at www.wildefyrpress.com. Vanessa nationally presents programs featuring compassion, mindfulness, contemplative living, and intuitive awareness. She is the innovator-facilitator of both the Compassion Conversation and Compassion’s Circle. More at www.intentandaction.com.


      • 09 Apr 2019
      • 9:00 AM (EDT)
      • 14 May 2019
      • 11:00 AM (EDT)
      • Compassion Education Center Classroom
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      with April Martin

      6 Tuesdays, April 9 - May 14, 9:00 – 11:00am

      Immerse yourself in learning new and creatively innovative ways to unleash the power of kindness and compassion toward yourself.  Learn kind communication techniques that will bring your heart and your quiet mind to work as one. Over this course of six-week class we will explore neuroplasticity, the science behind the HeartMath system, application of mindful meditation practices, while creating personal art.

      Everyone is welcome - no creative skills required. All art materials are provided, and you will take away your own art journal that captures your spirit! 

      $120 includes all art materials.  Register here or call 502-614-5616.  Registration Limit: 10 people.

      April Martin has operated as a freelance artist in Kentucky for the past ten years under the name AMagination Studios. She offers Quiet Minds workshops, workbooks, and companion art pieces, which describe her personal experience with transformation through meditation and creativity. April currently teaches art journaling classes at Preston’s Art Center. She can be found on Facebook (Artist April Martin), Instagram (@aprilmartin78), or on her website at amaginationstudios.com.


      • 12 Apr 2019
      • 9:00 AM (EDT)
      • 24 May 2019
      • 10:30 AM (EDT)
      • Compassion Education Center
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      Peter Buecker, MD

      6 Friday Mornings

      April 12 - May 24, 9:00 - 10:30am

      Life in the world today is fast-paced, stressful, and increasingly complex.  This takes its toll on one’s health, well-being, and overall sense of satisfaction with life.  In this 6-week class, you will be introduced to a modernized approach to reducing stress and awakening your highest self, using simple, practical, and powerful practices.  This class is perfectly suitable for beginners and experienced meditators alike.

      Cost:  $170 or $140 by March 29

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

      Pete is a native of Louisville, Kentucky where he has been in medical practice as an Orthopedic Surgeon since 2005. For two years he owned and operated Wellness 360, a center dedicated to wellness of body, mind, and spirit using holistic health practices such as yoga, massage, meditation, and health coaching. In April 2015, he began teaching meditation and mind training at Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion as part of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s vision for a program in secular ethics. Through his ongoing community and research efforts, he hopes to improve access to quality meditation instruction, and to promote novel and effective web-based applications that promote positive personal and global transformation.

      Pete is the author of No Magic Pill: Be Happier and Healthier Now, Just As You Are and is currently authoring The Ultimate Stress Solution: From Chaos to Clarity in 6 Simple Steps.

      Dr. Pete’s Meditation Class Format

      This class is highly experiential, as it is my belief that experience is by far the best teacher.  It will include foundational didactic teaching followed by a meditation practice that allows the student to experience the concept(s) being taught.  Discussion about the practice follows so that appropriate integration of the material in the students’ lives can occur. The student will learn excellent beginning steps to confidently establish a meaningful personal home practice.”

    Past events

    19 Mar 2019 FREE INTRO to Compassion Cultivation Training©
    15 Mar 2019 Practice and Meditation on the Principals of the Path
    10 Mar 2019 Tibetan National Uprising Day Commemoration and Chili Dinner
    04 Mar 2019 Deepening Your Practice
    02 Mar 2019 Tibetan Cooking Class
    01 Mar 2019 Living Well: Death and Dying from a Buddhist Perspective
    22 Feb 2019 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    21 Feb 2019 Food and Faith: Understanding What’s Really On Our Fork
    16 Feb 2019 Practice and Meditation on the Four Immeasurables
    14 Feb 2019 Dhamma and Kamma: The Related Wisdom of Buddhist & Hindu Philosophies
    02 Feb 2019 Mindfulness of the Heart: A Meditation Retreat for Centering
    29 Jan 2019 Local Environmental Challenges with speaker Tim Darst
    25 Jan 2019 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    19 Jan 2019 Vajrasattva Meditation Retreat
    31 Dec 2018 Year-End Dedication Meditation Mini-Retreat
    27 Dec 2018 Chod Ceremony and Medicine Buddha Healing Prayer
    20 Dec 2018 Tibetan Dinner and Cultural Performance
    15 Dec 2018 Chenrezig - Buddha of Compassion - Meditation Retreat
    08 Dec 2018 Twelve Aspects of Dependent Origination
    08 Dec 2018 Tour Monks' Momo Lunch or Carry Out
    08 Dec 2018 Tibetan Mani Stone Painting and Wrist Mala Workshop
    30 Nov 2018 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    17 Nov 2018 Green Tara Meditation Retreat
    15 Nov 2018 Dhamma and Kamma: The Related Wisdom of Buddhist & Hindu Philosophies
    08 Nov 2018 Spiritual Catalyst for Compassion
    29 Oct 2018 Deepening Your Practice
    26 Oct 2018 A Meditation Retreat with Gerardo Abboud
    20 Oct 2018 Medicine Buddha Meditation Retreat
    19 Oct 2018 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    28 Sep 2018 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    25 Sep 2018 Tuesday Teaching with Sangyun Kamala Rinpoche
    24 Sep 2018 Monday Teaching by Sangyun Kamala Rinpoche
    21 Sep 2018 Engaging the Path of Non-Harm: Nonviolence in a Complicated World
    13 Sep 2018 Meditation and Muffins - Give for Good Louisville at DGCEC
    11 Sep 2018 Dhamma and Kamma: The Related Wisdom of Buddhist and Hindu Philosophies
    08 Sep 2018 Vajrasattva Meditation Retreat
    22 Aug 2018 Mindful Balance: Beginning Meditation
    20 Aug 2018 Mindful Self-Compassion
    18 Aug 2018 Chenrezig - Buddha of Compassion - Meditation Retreat
    06 Aug 2018 LOVE > FEAR: Cultivating Kinship in Louisville
    02 Aug 2018 Mindfulness, Resilience and Compassion: Cultivating Your Healthy Life
    30 Jul 2018 A Taste of Mindful Self-Compassion
    21 Jul 2018 Green Tara Meditation Retreat
    09 Jul 2018 Tibetan Flute Concert and Talk
    07 Jul 2018 Tibetan Culture and Awareness: Wisdom, Music, and Food
    22 Jun 2018 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    19 Jun 2018 Nonviolent Communication Practice Session
    16 Jun 2018 Medicine Buddha Meditation Retreat
    25 May 2018 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    12 May 2018 Vajrasattva Meditation Retreat
    22 Apr 2018 Earth Day 2018: Re-Connecting with Our Earth Home
    21 Apr 2018 Chenrezig - Buddha of Compassion - Meditation Retreat
    20 Apr 2018 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    23 Mar 2018 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    13 Mar 2018 Three-Course Tibetan Dinner
    13 Mar 2018 Tasty Tibetan Momo Carryout
    08 Mar 2018 Mindfulness Beginnings
    26 Feb 2018 Mindfulness for Personal Transformation
    24 Feb 2018 Opening Our Heart to Others
    23 Feb 2018 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    10 Feb 2018 Mindfulness of the Heart: A Meditation Retreat for Centering
    03 Feb 2018 Green Tara Extended Practice Meditation Retreat
    26 Jan 2018 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    17 Jan 2018 Free Intro to Nonviolent Communication
    16 Jan 2018 Free Intro to Nonviolent Communication
    31 Dec 2017 Year-End Dedication Meditation Retreat
    29 Dec 2017 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    26 Dec 2017 The Sultan and the Saint – A Model for Interfaith Bridge-Building Today
    16 Dec 2017 Green Tara Meditation Retreat
    09 Dec 2017 Kirtan and Pranayama Meditation Retreat
    05 Dec 2017 Pre-Holiday Group Meditation
    18 Nov 2017 MEDITATION RETREAT: A Direct Path to One's Essential Being
    17 Nov 2017 PUBLIC TALK: Forming Habits for Happiness
    11 Nov 2017 Traditional Tibetan Arts Workshop
    03 Nov 2017 Tasty Tibetan Momo Carryout
    28 Oct 2017 Kirtan and Pranayama Meditation Retreat
    27 Oct 2017 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    21 Oct 2017 Medicine Buddha Meditation Retreat
    12 Oct 2017 Dynamic Nonviolence: A Free Introduction
    09 Oct 2017 Mindful Resilience Workshop
    02 Oct 2017 Peacemaker Lunch Discussion: Mahatma Gandhi
    01 Oct 2017 International Day of Nonviolence: Gathering of Hope
    29 Sep 2017 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    26 Sep 2017 24-Hour Vigil for Nonviolence
    26 Sep 2017 Peacemaker Lunch Discussion: Leymah Gbowee
    23 Sep 2017 Meditation I: The Path to Inner Peace WORKSHOP
    23 Sep 2017 Walking Meditation for Nonviolence
    21 Sep 2017 Louisville Engaging Nonviolence - A Dialogue for the Heart
    21 Sep 2017 Daily Meditation for World Peace
    17 Sep 2017 Growing Love in Tibet - Free Machik Global Dinner
    16 Sep 2017 Vajrasattva Meditation Retreat
    14 Sep 2017 Give for Good Compassion Celebration
    28 Aug 2017 A Taste of Mindful Self-Compassion
    25 Aug 2017 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    19 Aug 2017 Chenrezig - Buddha of Compassion - Meditation Retreat
    11 Aug 2017 Everyday Wakefulness: Deepening (or beginning) Your Meditation Practice
    23 Jul 2017 Chod Ceremony and Medicine Buddha Healing Prayer
    22 Jul 2017 Tibet’s Significance for our World
    22 Jul 2017 Tasty Tibetan Momo Carryout
    22 Jul 2017 Traditional Tibetan Arts Workshop
    21 Jul 2017 Three-Course Tibetan Dinner and Experience
    17 Jul 2017 Compassionate Kids Peacemaking Camp
    15 Jul 2017 Green Tara Meditation Retreat
    30 Jun 2017 Tibetan Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    17 Jun 2017 Medicine Buddha Meditation Retreat
    09 Jun 2017 Meditation Retreat Commemorating Buddha Shakyamuni's Conception, Enlightenment and Passing
    01 Jun 2017 A Christian Path to Wholeness - Searching for Wisdom in Turbulent Times
    30 May 2017 Dynamic Nonviolence: A Free Introduction
    26 May 2017 Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    20 May 2017 Vajrasattva Meditation Retreat
    18 May 2017 The Self-Care Solution: Becoming Your Own Best Friend
    09 May 2017 The Self-Care Solution: Becoming Your Own Best Friend
    29 Apr 2017 Meditation I: The Path to Inner Peace WORKSHOP
    28 Apr 2017 Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    24 Apr 2017 Introduction to Buddhist Wisdom and Compassion
    23 Apr 2017 Tibetan Freedom Concert
    23 Apr 2017 Awakening Kindness to Create a Culture of Kindness
    16 Apr 2017 In the Key of Peace: A Concert for Contemplation
    15 Apr 2017 Chenrezig - Buddha of Compassion - Meditation Retreat
    31 Mar 2017 Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    11 Mar 2017 Green Tara Meditation Retreat
    19 Feb 2017 Community Chod and Medicine Buddha Healing Ceremony
    18 Feb 2017 Medicine Buddha Meditation Retreat
    17 Feb 2017 Tibetan Momo Dinner and Cultural Performance
    11 Feb 2017 Meditation I: The Path to Inner Peace WORKSHOP
    27 Jan 2017 Momo and Movie Night! (or carryout momos!)
    24 Jan 2017 Mindful Resilience: An Introduction
    21 Jan 2017 Vajrasattva Meditation Retreat
    17 Jan 2017 Meditation I: The Path to Inner Peace WORKSHOP
    13 Jan 2017 Meditation I: The Path to Inner Peace WORKSHOP
    03 Jan 2017 Compassionate Couples Series
    31 Dec 2016 Year-End Dedication Meditation Retreat
    17 Dec 2016 Green Tara Meditation Retreat
    15 Dec 2016 Taste of FROM BURNOUT TO BLISS: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF TRANSFORMING STRESS INTO JOY
    12 Dec 2016 Taste of FROM BURNOUT TO BLISS: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF TRANSFORMING STRESS INTO JOY
    10 Dec 2016 An Introduction to Feng Shui at DGCEC
    09 Dec 2016 Momo and Movie Night!
    08 Dec 2016 Grief: Finding Peace
    29 Nov 2016 Mindful Resilience: An Introduction
    27 Nov 2016 In the Key of Peace: A Concert for Contemplation
    19 Nov 2016 MEDITATION RETREAT: Embodying Compassion - Living by the Light of Our True Self
    18 Nov 2016 PUBLIC TALK: Embodying Compassion - Living by the Light of Our True Self
    15 Nov 2016 Grief: Finding Peace
    05 Nov 2016 MACHIK GLOBAL DINNER
    03 Nov 2016 Taste of FROM BURNOUT TO BLISS: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF TRANSFORMING STRESS INTO JOY
    30 Oct 2016 In the Key of Peace: A Concert for Contemplation
    29 Oct 2016 Meditation: Personal Insight & Spiritual Awakening Workshop
    15 Oct 2016 Medicine Buddha Meditation Retreat
    21 Sep 2016 Daily Meditation for World Peace
    17 Sep 2016 Chenrezig - Buddha of Compassion - Meditation Retreat
    31 Aug 2016 366: Visual Journal & Spiritual Journey
    20 Aug 2016 Vajrasattva Meditation Retreat
    13 Aug 2016 Meditation: Personal Insight & Spiritual Awakening Workshop
    16 Jul 2016 Green Tara Meditation Retreat
    07 Jul 2016 A Christian Path to Engaging Compassion
    29 Jun 2016 Building Peace: 24-Hour Contemplative Circle
    18 Jun 2016 Medicine Buddha Meditation Retreat
    04 Jun 2016 Meditation: Personal Insight & Spiritual Awakening Workshop
    29 May 2016 Concert for Contemplation
    28 May 2016 Loving Kindness and Compassion Meditation Retreat
    27 May 2016 Public Talk: How to Practice Compassion in your Daily Life
    21 May 2016 Chenrezig - Buddha of Compassion - Meditation Retreat on the Buddha's Birthday
    23 Apr 2016 Vajrasattva Meditation Retreat
    22 Apr 2016 Momo Picnic and Celebration of Mother Earth
    17 Apr 2016 Concert for Contemplation
    05 Apr 2016 Grief: Finding Peace
    27 Mar 2016 Concert for Contemplation
    24 Mar 2016 EMBODYING COMPASSION IN SACRED AND CHALLENGING TIMES
    19 Mar 2016 Green Tara Meditation Retreat
    14 Mar 2016 Living Compassion A Hands-On Workshop for Middle and High School Teachers
    12 Mar 2016 Meditation: Personal Insight & Spiritual Awakening Workshop
    28 Feb 2016 Concert for Contemplation
    27 Feb 2016 Chenrezig Meditation Retreat
    25 Feb 2016 Compassion Heritage Breakfast
    30 Jan 2016 Let’s Make Something Beautiful! A Creative Spirituality Workshop
    05 Jan 2016 Grief: Finding Peace
    19 Dec 2015 Medicine Buddha Meditation Retreat
    17 Dec 2015 A Taste of MBSR - Free Program!
    15 Dec 2015 A Taste of MBSR - Free Program!
    07 Dec 2015 Walking with Respect for All: Pope Francis’ Wisdom Letter
    02 Dec 2015 24 Hour Contemplative Circle
    21 Nov 2015 Vajrasattva Retreat
    12 Nov 2015 Passion for Compassion - A Conversation with Mayor Greg Fischer
    06 Nov 2015 TIBET: ETERNAL LAND OF SNOW: An Experience in Flavor and Beauty
    29 Oct 2015 Anam Thubten and Elizabeth Mattis Namgyel - A Reflection on Embodying Compassion
    22 Oct 2015 Two Nomads, Storytelling, Compassion and Fun!
    14 Oct 2015 Tashi Kyil Monks - Events October 14 - 16
    23 Sep 2015 Teacher Preview of "Living Compassion - A Hands On Seminar for High School Students"
    19 Sep 2015 Chenrezig Meditation Retreat
    21 Aug 2015 Kirtan Meditation Drop-In
    15 Aug 2015 Green Tara Meditation Retreat
    04 Aug 2015 Walking the Path of Jesus and the Buddha
    01 Aug 2015 Kirtan and Pranayama Meditation Retreat
    27 Jul 2015 Cultivating a Compassionate Life of Presence - Wade in the Water
    16 Jul 2015 A Taste of Kirtan and Pranayama Meditation Practice
    13 Jul 2015 Cultivating a Compassionate Life of Presence - Tuning the Mind to the Heart
    30 Jun 2015 Walking Compassionately on the Earth: Practical Steps to Caring for our Planet Home
    23 Jun 2015 Why Nonviolence Works
    22 Jun 2015 Compassion: Aren’t We There Yet?
    20 Jun 2015 Why Nonviolence Works
    08 Jun 2015 Kirtan and Pranayama Meditation Practice
    18 Apr 2015 Why Nonviolence Works
    16 Apr 2015 A Taste of Meditation Workshop
    13 Apr 2015 A Taste of Meditation Workshop
    08 Apr 2015 Compassion: Aren’t We There Already?

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