The Buddhist metta bhavana practice is a practice of cultivating lovingkindness and compassion at a deep and genuine level, so that you and all those around you can enjoy the flow of kindness and generosity more often. The well-spring of metta lives within each of us. Our work lies more in removing the obstacles to it, rather than conjuring it up.
In this 4-week course designed specifically for the western mind, you’ll learn the depths of the metta bhavana practice, while also learning new ways to move through the most common obstacles to metta, such as judgment, misconceptions about unconditional love, fear of the unknown, and the challenges of forgiveness. By the end of this course, despite the density of these topics, you’ll find yourself feeling lighter, hopeful, empowered to make changes, and more loving and forgiving in general — with both yourself and others.
I offer three ways to enjoy this course.
Please choose the option that’s best for you:
can be started anytime from anywhere
walks you thoughtfully step-by-step through a learning process, but does not include any live or personal guidance (though you have the option of adding on a private session at any time)
is the most affordable ($90)
ONLINE WITH WEEKLY
CALLS & COMMUNITY
can be taken online from anywhere
has specific start dates (next course starts April 7th, 2019)
includes weekly live calls where you can ask questions and share your dreams for tending help, as well as a community of other dreamers to connect with well into the future
costs $175 with early bird discount, or $200 after early bird deadline
In Person WITH WEEKLY GATHERINGS & COMMUNITY
requires that you live in Los Angeles
has specific start dates (next course start dates TBD)
includes weekly in-person circle gatherings where you can ask questions and share your dreams for tending help, as well as a community of other dreamers to connect with well into the future
its limited to 8 students
costs $190 with early bird discount, or $215 after early bird deadline