“If you want to make others happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” – Pope 14th Dalai Lama
Each of us at the end experiences pain and suffering, and we all see it around us. Trauma, tragedy, illness, loss-these are all inevitable parts of being human. And even if we don’t have a harder time than others, we need to monitor the loved ones we are suffering from, hoping that we can help.
We can and it’s much easier than we think. We don’t have to save people, solve problems, or change our lives. We just need to be attentive, there, open arms and ears, and have a loving and compassionate heart.
One of the world’s most beloved examples of foresight and peace, the Dalai Lama teaches that compassion is the greatest countermeasure against suffering. If you’re lucky to know someone who listens without judgment and always tries to understand, you probably know this is true.
I believe this kind of love can heal the world and nurture a new generation that requires less healing, so invite you to an important free online event personally approved by the Dalai Lama himself. I’m really excited about it.
Tens of thousands of people have already signed up for this historic online event to learn from a stunning panel of 20 presenters. And you can join them for free now.
Sign up to book your spot and adjust to your schedule from October 14th to 18th.
Throughout the five-day talk and guided practice, you will learn powerful insights and hands-on methods such as:
- Accept and transform your emotions without fear
- Build resilience and joy through the practice of compassion
- Build deeper and more meaningful relationships
- Make a real difference in your life and the world
Don’t miss the opportunity to explore more than 30 lectures, meditations and guided practices from Dalai Lama friends and students, including world-renowned meditation teachers, scientists, scholars, artists, best-selling writers and activists. ..
Sign up now for free access. And don’t forget to add October 14th to 18th to your calendar!