Dharma Book Club 2020

Starting Sunday, November 15th

Running Every Other Sunday

11 am to 12:30 pm

via Zoom video conferencing

A Fearless Heart shows us that compassion can be a path through suffering, a key to robust health, and even an effective way to reach our goals.
 
Yet we fear compassion. We worry that if we are too compassionate with others, they will take advantage of us, and too much self-compassion will make us slackers.

Pulling from the latest Western research as well as traditional Buddhist psychology, Thupten Jinpa offers simple daily practices that will help readers train their compassion muscle for a greater meaning, connection, and fulfillment.

We’d like to make this book study as relaxed and casual as possible with plenty of opportunity for discussion and sharing.

Please join us as we take a stress free journey of exploration into our own Fearless Heart.

SEATTLE – APRIL 11: The Dalai Lama listens to his interpreter, Dr. Thupen Jinpa, while leading a discussion during the Seeds of Compassion Conference at Key Arena April 11, 2008 in Seattle, Washington. This is the second day of his six-day visit to Seattle where he is scheduled to host a five-day conference on compassion. This is the exiled spiritual leader’s first visit to the US since the recent protests in Tibet. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)