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Equanimity and Buddhist Wisdom for Caregivers

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.

Commuter: $100

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.

Earlier Event: September 28
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