Transforming Difficult Experiences into Wakefulness: Traditional teachings on Tibetan Buddhist mind training

with Amy Conway & Jesse Miller

September 17th—November 5th (2018)

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  • $50 Program Price
Room: Meditation Hall


The primary aim of the Mahayana Buddhist practices is the cultivation of bodhicitta, the awakened heart-mind that passionately seeks liberation for the sake of all beings.

For eight centuries, Tibetans have used a series of fifty-nine slogans as a powerful technique for training the mind and cultivating the limitless compassion of bodhicitta. The Seven Points of Mind Training, as they are called, contain clear, precise instructions, with an emphasis on using the practice to meet the ordinary situations of life with loving-kindness and intelligence.

—From the back cover of The Great Path of Awakening (Shambhala Publishing)

 Please join us in a contemplative exploration of these teachings, which will focus on the commentary of Ani Pema Chodron in her book, Start Where You Are.

Suggested donation $50. Generosity policy applies.

For more information, please contact Jesse Miller at jmill64[at]

Please register online in advance to reserve your space and let us know you are coming.