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Tuesday, June 8th, 2021
ZOOM Meeting (see details below)
Compassion is a human resource that is available to express and practice at any time. It helps to deepen our sense of connection with those around us, and with ourselves. The global pandemic has left many of us feeling alone and cut off from both those we love and with the larger community. This experience has highlighted how the world can face the future with a greater sense of community and solidarity. In this session we will learn how compassion can be used to help sustain ourselves and our relationships with family and friends, and how more broadly, training to widen the circle of our compassion can be the first step in creating the kind of world we want for ourselves and our children.
Dan D'Agostino is a teacher of Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) and first learned to meditate over 20 years ago. He has a wide range of experience with many different kinds of meditation including mindfulness, focussed attention, analytical meditation, and open awareness, leading classes on each. Dan was certified by the Compassion Institute to teach CCT in 2019, and has taught the eight-week program both in-person and online.
Tsering Tsomo is a facilitator/teacher of Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) and has been meditating for more than 10 years. Tsering’s contemplative meditation experience includes Vipassana, focused attention and analytical meditation. Tsering was certified by the Compassion Institute to teach CCT in 2019, and has since then taught the eight-week program both in-person and online.
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