Deepening Compassion: A Year of Mahayana Studies in Brunswick

April 16th—May 21st

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  • $60.00 Sustaining
  • $75.00 Patron
Room: Brunswick

Deepening in Compassion

The path of the Bodhisattva Warrior begins with developing affection for ourselves and expands this to others, dissolving the barriers that divide us.

To support this practice, senior teachers of the Shambhala lineage are offering  teachings during a year long series of talks, contemplative and meditation practices from the Buddhist Mahayana teachings of our lineage.


The Four Limitless Ones, is the first course of the four-part series exploring the Shambhala Mahayana teachings. This course includes Tonglen instruction and an audio talk by Ani Pema Chodron and an introduction to The Four Limitless Ones. It also includes:

  • Six classes taught by a senior teacher in a virtual classroom
  • Live discussions with the participants at the session, supported by a facilitator
  • Readings and book suggestions to deepen our understanding of these teachings
  • Contemplations to help us integrate these fundamental teachings into our daily lives  

Topics for Talks and discussion will include

  • 4/16: Shamatha and Maitri: Establishing the Foundations for our Mahayana Journey- with Susan Chapman recording
  • 4/23: Tonglen with Pema Chodron recording
  • 4/30: Equanimity with Eve Rosenthal recording
  • 5/7: Loving Kindness with Fleet Maull recording
  • 5/14: Compassion with Dale Asreal recording
  • 5/21: Sympathetic Joy with Dan Hessey recording
  • Course Conclusion
This class is with local community leaders supported with new video talks by senior teachers in our teaching lineage.

Drop ins welcomed. 
Suggested Donation for each class- $10.00.

If you are attending only selected classes please note that during registration for planning purposes.

Thank you.