The healing power of innate love and wisdom

By Frank Simons

John Makransky

The Meditation Center presents the Tricycle Retreat Series The Healing Power of Innate Love and Wisdom: Meditations from Tibet for Westerners, Part 1, Letting Be by John Makransky. To receive love deeply and extend it impartially can help the mind relax into its most natural state—the wisdom of openness, simplicity, and presence beyond self-clinging. When this unity of love and wisdom is embodied in relationships, service, and action, it can become a supremely curative power for our world. In this retreat, meditation practices from Tibet are adapted for fresh access to Westerners, with a special focus on our innate capacities for loving compassion and wisdom.

Letting Be
By John Makransky
Thu, Aug 28, 5:30pm
The Meditation Center
Callejón Blanco 4
Donations accepted

John Makransky is Associate Professor of Buddhism and Comparative Theology at Boston College and senior advisor for Kathmandu University’s Centre for Buddhist Studies in Nepal, among other things. Since 1978, Dr. Makransky has studied with lamas of three Tibetan lineages and in 2000 was ordained a lama in the lineage of Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche.

Meditations from Tibet for Westerners, Part 1 Letting Be by John Makransky will be screened Thursday, August 28, at 5:30pm at the Center, callejón Blanco 4.


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