Sustainable Happiness: A Practical Buddhist Path to Well-being
An Open Center class with Dr. Joe Loizzo
September 16, 23 & 30
This Open Center class introduces a system of contemplative living called the “Gradual Path,” which evolved at Nalanda, an ancient Buddhist learning center in India, and was preserved in Tibet. The course explores basic tools: Deep Mindfulness, Mind Clearing, Role-Modeling and Sublimation. Visit the Open Center Course Page for details.
Sustainable Happiness Workshop at the Omega Institute
September 16 – 21, 2012
Our apologies…this workshop has been cancelled.
Sustainable Happiness in the Nalanda Tradition:
A Weekend Retreat
July 20 – 22
A weekend retreat with Joe Loizzo, Miles Neale and Mary Reilly Nichols will explore step-by-step strategies for profound human healing beginning with personal well-being, leading to altruistic engagement, and ending in transformative self-creation, as revealed in Joe’s book Sustainable Happiness.
This retreat is co-sponsored by the Nalanda Institute and the ID Project.
The ID Project
New York City
Book Launch at Insight Meditation,
Community of Washington
Wednesday, July 18, 2012, 7:30–9:00pm
Joe Loizzo is the guest speaker for this evening meditation and talk which will be on the use of deep mindfulness, mind-clearing and role-modeling on the gradual path to well-being and altruism taught in the Nalanda tradition and put forth in Sustainable Happiness.
Insight Meditation Community of Washington
Book Launch at the Rubin Museum of Art
Wednesday, June 27, 2012 at 7:00pm
A conversation between Joe Loizzo and practitioner Bart van Melik from the Lineage Project about Sustainable Happiness.
Rubin Museum of Art
New York City