Kaira Jewel Lingo
An Embodied Contemplative Approach: Cultivating Wholesome Emotions
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What You'll Learn
Discover how to cultivate wholesome emotions and tap into your “immeasurable” capacity for love, compassion, kindness, and joy
Learn how to connect with your positive qualities of consciousness during times of difficulty in order to help you face the moment from a place of strength
Be guided in a practice to access and nurture your vast love and interconnection with all life
About Kaira Jewel Lingo
Kaira Jewel Lingo began practicing mindfulness in 1997 and teaches Buddhist meditation, secular mindfulness, and compassion internationally. After living as an ordained nun for 15 years in Thich Nhat Hanh’s monastic community, Kaira Jewel now teaches in the Zen lineage and the Vipassana tradition. She teaches at the intersection of racial, climate and social justice with a focus on activists, Black/Indigenous/People of Color, artists, educators, families, and youth. Now based in New York, she offers spiritual mentoring to individuals and groups.
You can learn more about her upcoming events and join her mailing list by visiting her website. You can also pre-order her new book coming out October 2021: We Were Made for These Times: Skillfully Moving through Change, Loss and Disruption.
About Wendy Hasenkamp, PhD
Wendy Hasenkamp, PhD, is a neuroscientist, contemplative practitioner, teacher, and writer who is interested in understanding how the mind and brain can be transformed through experience and practice to enhance flourishing. Her latest project is the Mind & Life podcast, where Wendy interviews leading experts in contemplative science to share different perspectives on how we investigate the mind, and how we might integrate contemplative wisdom to improve our lives and create a more connected society. In Charlottesville, Wendy enjoys dance, pottery, the outdoors, and anything DIY.
To learn more about Dr. Hasenkamp's work you can visit her website.