How do we sustain our compassionate care for our children, parents, or patients without burning out and becoming depleted ourselves? The ancient practice of Equanimity grounded in Buddhist wisdom offers a radically different way to be with suffering. Equanimity is neither passive nor indifferent; It is the ability to stay present with both difficulty and joy. This workshop is for all those who wish to be a compassionate presence for themselves and others in acute crises or long-term conditions. Bring a journal for notetaking and reflections.
Program fee of $100 includes all 4 sessions. If you would prefer to attend individual sessions ($30 each), please contact Program Manager, Bonnie Mis.
Celia Landman, O.I., M.A. is an experienced meditator and facilitator. She holds a Master of Mindfulness Studies degree from Lesley University with a focus on Buddhism, Contemplative Neuroscience, and Mindfulness in Education. She was ordained by the Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh as a lay member of the Tiep Hein Buddhist lineage, the Order of Interbeing. A published author on mindfulness, Celia currently leads meditation groups for teens and adults.