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Compassionate Inquiry

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Belonging & Unity
Compassionate Inquiry
Path of the Courageous Heart
January 31 - February 2, 2020
How do we remain connected to light and love? How do we engage in the world with skillful action? Join two spiritual leading lights—Sharon Salzberg, the pioneer who brought meditation to the West, and Omid Safi, renowned expert in contemporary Islamic thought and spirituality—for a weekend immersion into the Path of the Courageous Heart. Drawing from Islamic Mysticism and Buddhism, these acclaimed teachers bring a unique approach to awakened living—joining Radical Love, mindfulness, and lovingkindness—in polarizing times.
Sharon SalzbergSharon Salzberg
Omid SafiOmid Safi
Belonging & Unity
Compassionate Inquiry
Stay Woke
May 15 - 17, 2020
Join international sensation Justin Michael Williams to learn exactly how to break through to your real potential and use mindfulness to take action toward the things that matter most. We are modern people in a high-tech world. We have first-world problems and long to-do lists. And if you've lived in the struggle—overcoming homophobia, sexism, trauma, shame, depression, poverty, toxic masculinity, racism, or social injustice—you need a style of meditation that addresses these struggles directly.
Justin Michael WilliamsJustin Michael Williams
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