Yoga Vacation Program
January 11 — 13, 2022

Training the Mind in Compassion

Lama Karma Chötso

True spiritual warriors assume the responsibility of mastering their own minds. By engaging diligently in mindfulness practices, compassion begins to awaken within the practitioner … and eventually expands to include all sentient beings.

Bodhichitta means “awakening mind,” and the path of the Bodhisattva is that of the awakening warrior. Buddhism, like many great spiritual paths, teaches that the development of compassion is paramount for spiritual progression.

Study with Lama Karma Chötso and learn simple trainings in mindfulness to progress more swiftly on the spiritual path. Learn why in Buddhism, having compassion for oneself and all sentient beings is the cornerstone of what makes an awakened warrior.

Offered as 2 satsangs and 2 workshops (subject to change)

Lama Karma Chötso is a Buddhist nun of the Tibetan tradition and has been practicing in the Kagyu lineage for more than 40 years. She was the resident teacher of Open Awareness Buddhist Center in Miami for 25 years before retiring from teaching in the States. While living and teaching in Miami, she and the sangha built four Tibetan stupas at the Lama Residence there. She practices as a meditator, part-time teacher, writer, singer, and visual artist. Lama Karma Chötso continues to lead the sangha in Peru where they have built a large stupa, called the Stupa of Reconciliation, in the Amazon basin.

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