The coronavirus pandemic is low-hanging fruit to practice compassion. There are millions, if not billions of people around the world suffering on my levels. For those who’ve died, breathe in their pain and breathe out filling them with a meaningful human rebirth to encounter the dharma. For those loved ones left behind, breathe in their profound sense of loss and feeling ripped apart, and breathe out filling them with healing and hope. For all those frightened to their core, breathe in their fear and anxiety, and breathe out filling them with calmness and love. For all those who are old, or have vulnerable medical conditions, breathe in their chronic illness and advanced age, and breathe out filling them with healthy 16-year-old bodies. This practice of compassion is sorely needed especially when we see everything crumbling around us.
Sometimes we’re happy, sometimes we’re sad. It is all the same, just experience. The more we remember this, the less attached we become to pleasure and pain. With practice we cultivate a refuge deep within […]
How do we practice compassion? The six perfections (Sanskrit paramitas) are instructions for practicing compassion. Generosity has various methods, like giving money, shelter and food, giving time, giving kindness, listening non-judgmentally, giving love, and giving […]
Nov. 11, 2018 7th Global Leadership Training “Compassionate Innovation” Dr. Barry Kerzin will teach healthy mind, motivation and compassionate innovation. This program will be comprised of a combination of lectures and practice. Compassionate Innovation: Selfless […]