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Opening the Heart with John Blackburn

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

The Buddha taught that liberation of the heart comes from the practice of Metta (Loving Kindness) meditation. Metta transforms the way we relate to ourself, to others and to reality. It dissolves habit patterns that prevent us from living and loving in a wholehearted way. As these habits dissolve, the heart’s natural health and wisdom Read More…


Opening the Heart with John Blackburn

Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

The Buddha taught that liberation of the heart comes from the practice of Metta (Loving Kindness) meditation. Metta transforms the way we relate to ourself, to others and to reality. It dissolves habit patterns that prevent us from living and loving in a wholehearted way. As these habits dissolve, the heart’s natural health and wisdom Read More…


Opening the Heart with John Blackburn

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

The Buddha taught that liberation of the heart comes from the practice of Metta (Loving Kindness) meditation. Metta transforms the way we relate to ourself, to others and to reality. It dissolves habit patterns that prevent us from living and loving in a wholehearted way. As these habits dissolve, the heart’s natural health and wisdom Read More…


Opening the Heart with John Blackburn

Wednesday, March 11th, 2020

The Buddha taught that liberation of the heart comes from the practice of Metta (Loving Kindness) meditation. Metta transforms the way we relate to ourself, to others and to reality. It dissolves habit patterns that prevent us from living and loving in a wholehearted way. As these habits dissolve, the heart’s natural health and wisdom Read More…


Practicing the Four Noble Truths with John Blackburn

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020

The teachings known as the Four Noble Truths offer profound psychological insights into the nature of suffering. Understanding and practicing these insights–in meditation and in daily life– is how we free ourselves from suffering. Each class includes lecture, meditation practice, and time for questions. Although these practices come from Buddhism, they are secular in nature, Read More…


Practicing the Four Noble Truths with John Blackburn

Wednesday, February 26th, 2020

The teachings known as the Four Noble Truths offer profound psychological insights into the nature of suffering. Understanding and practicing these insights–in meditation and in daily life– is how we free ourselves from suffering. Each class includes lecture, meditation practice, and time for questions. Although these practices come from Buddhism, they are secular in nature, Read More…


Practicing the Four Noble Truths with John Blackburn

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

The teachings known as the Four Noble Truths offer profound psychological insights into the nature of suffering. Understanding and practicing these insights–in meditation and in daily life– is how we free ourselves from suffering. Each class includes lecture, meditation practice, and time for questions. Although these practices come from Buddhism, they are secular in nature, Read More…


Opening the Heart with John Blackburn

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019

The Buddha taught that liberation of the heart comes from the practice of Metta (Loving Kindness) meditation. Metta transforms the way we relate to ourself, to others and to reality. It dissolves habit patterns that prevent us from living and loving in a wholehearted way. As these habits dissolve, the heart’s natural health and wisdom Read More…


Opening the Heart with John Blackburn

Tuesday, November 26th, 2019

The Buddha taught that liberation of the heart comes from the practice of Metta (Loving Kindness) meditation. Metta transforms the way we relate to ourself, to others and to reality. It dissolves habit patterns that prevent us from living and loving in a wholehearted way. As these habits dissolve, the heart’s natural health and wisdom Read More…


Opening the Heart with John Blackburn

Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

The Buddha taught that liberation of the heart comes from the practice of Metta (Loving Kindness) meditation. Metta transforms the way we relate to ourself, to others and to reality. It dissolves habit patterns that prevent us from living and loving in a wholehearted way. As these habits dissolve, the heart’s natural health and wisdom Read More…