With Radhule Weininger, MD, Ph.D
Saturday, October 24th 2-5 pm
$35 (yet nobody is rejected because of lack of funds)
These are challenging times. Maybe the ghosts from your past are rearing their heads in present-day relationships or you may feel terrified by the uncertainties in your social or political environment. You may wonder how to live gracefully in the uncertainties of our time, how to stay engaged and awake, and how to cultivate a compassionate heart in the midst of it all. In this half-day retreat, we will meditate together and cultivate our hearts with loving-kindness, compassion practice, and tonglen meditations. Brief Mindful Pause practices help you to respond rather than react during stressful days. Together we will address how to live skillfully while cultivating a steady and peaceful heart.
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Radhule Weininger, MD, Ph.D., clinical psychologist, and teacher of Buddhist meditation and Buddhist psychology is the guiding teacher of Mindful Heart Programs. She is mentored by Jack Kornfield in her teaching and by Joanna Macy in her interest in Engaged Buddhism. She has been studying Mahamudra/ Dzogchen and Non-dual mindfulness with Alan Wallace and Dan Brown, PhD. With Michael Kearney, MD she founded the non-profit Mindful Heart Programs, and teaches at SB High Schools and has been holding 2-year Mindfulness Facilitator Training programs at UCSB and in the SB Community. Besides regular weekly meditation groups, she organizes the Solidarity and Compassion townhall meeting. “Heartwork: The Path of Self-compassion”, with a foreword by Jack Kornfield, was published by Shambala Publications. Her forthcoming book: Fee: Releasing Your LRPP(Longstanding, recurrent, painful Pattern) will be published by Shambala Publications in 2021. See: Mindfulheartprograms.org