Love on Every Breath:
Transform Suffering Into Love and Joy
a daylong teaching with Lama Palden
In this daylong, Lama Palden will present the Love on Every Breath meditation, the extraordinary Tonglen meditation from the enlightened 11th century woman, Niguma. An ancient and profound meditation that has been practiced in isolated mountain retreats in the Himalayas for centuries, it is now available to us in the modern world.
Our hearts are well springs of pure presence that can sustain and teach us. At this time, when our human family is facing many challenges, it is more important than ever for us to find peace and sustenance in our hearts, to be able to meet ourselves and others with loving kindness and compassion, as well as wisdom and understanding.
Love on Every Breath is a eight-step meditation to nourish and cultivate the heart. It strengthens our love and understanding for ourselves, for those close to us, for those we come into contact with, and for everyone—each and every being on this planet and beyond.
The Love on Every Breath meditation can easily be adapted for people from any spiritual tradition—or none. The on-the-spot version of the meditation will be taught, which can be done anytime, anywhere, in a moment, and which powerfully opens our hearts, tuning us into our truest nature, transforming suffering into love and joy.
Join Lama Palden for this extraordinary daylong.
Cost: Sliding Scale $85 – $150; members $75-$150 – every participant will receive a copy of Lama Palden’s recently published Love on Every Breath book
NOTE: If you cannot attend in person, this daylong may be viewed online as a live stream on September 21, or watched by video recording later at your convenience. Indicate your choice when you register.
About Lama Palden
Lama Palden Drolma is the author of Love on Every Breath. A licensed psychotherapist, spiritual teacher, and coach, she has studied Buddhism in the Himalayas with some of the most preeminent Tibetan masters of the twentieth century. Following a traditional three-year retreat under his guidance, Kalu Rinpoche authorized her to become one of the first Western lamas. She subsequently founded the Sukhasiddhi Foundation.