In accordance with government guidelines, all classes at Paleaku will be suspended until April 30, 2020. Until further notice, our fruit stand will remain. Thank you for your support. We are grateful for your partnership in maintaining the safety and health of our community.
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YEARLY EVENT: Seder 2018 with Mitch Roth and Community Seder is a Hebrew Traditional Feast that Celebrates Freedom. It is known in Christianity as the “Last Supper” This year we welcomed Rabbi Rachel.
Tulku Yeshi Rinpoche is a Buddhist Master with a deep understanding of the ancient wisdom of Tibet. He teaches in English with warmth and humor and is always open to dialogue with students.
Kindness and compassion are basic innate human qualities; however they are not always easy to embody in the midst of the stress and demands of daily life. This is especially true for those of us in care giving roles. The good news, compassion is trainable. Simple practices can put us in touch with our innate compassion and help us cultivate compassion for ourselves and those around us—at home, at work and in every aspect of our lives.
In this weekend intensive, you will be offered practices that tap your capacity to cultivate compassion, inquire into what blocks its expression and learn processes to open your body, mind and heart to the possibility of choosing compassion — as a response to life’s challenges.
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