“If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” – His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama
Every last one of us experiences pain and suffering, and we all see it all around us. Trauma, tragedy, illness, loss—these are all unavoidable parts of being human. And even if we endure less hardship than most, we’ll still have to watch the people we love struggling, wishing we could somehow help.
We can, and it’s far simpler than we may think. We don’t need to save people, fix their problems, or change their lives. We just need to care and be there, with open arms and ears and a loving, compassionate heart.
The Dalai Lama, one of the world’s most beloved visionaries and examples of peace, teaches that compassion is the greatest antidote to suffering. If you’ve been fortunate to know someone who listens without judging and always tries to understand, then you likely know this is true.
Since I believe that kind of love can heal the world, and raise new generations who need less healing, I’m thrilled to invite you a FREE, momentous online event—personally endorsed by the Dalai Lama himself—exploring the transformative power of compassion.
Tens of thousands of people have already signed up to learn from an incredible panel of twenty presenters in this historic online event. And you can join them for free right now.
Sign up to reserve your spot and tune in on your own schedule from Oct 14-18.
Over the course of five packed days of talks and guided practices, you’ll learn powerful insights and practical methods to:
- Accept and transform your emotions fearlessly
- Build resilience and joy through the practice of compassion
- Develop deeper, more meaningful relationships
- Create real change in your life and in the world
Don’t miss the chance to explore over thirty talks, meditations, and guided practices from friends and students of the Dalai Lama, including world-renowned meditation teachers, scientists, scholars, artists, best-selling authors, and activists.
Sign up now for free access. And don’t forget to put October 14-18 in your calendar!