Webinar ~ December 18, 2022
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December 18, 2022 | 6pm – 8pm BT
We are excited to continue our series of webinars with esteemed guest speakers: researchers, scholars, contemplatives and respected teachers from different traditions of practice. In the previous events in this series, we have explored the topics of preventing burnout, formulating a coherent vision for our path, and using joy to enrich our life, and learnt about the figure of Tara—en embodiment of compassionate and wise activity.
For the next event, we are honoured to present a webinar with our Spiritual Director—Buddhist translator, teacher, and writer Doctor B. Alan Wallace.
ABOUT THE CLASS
Using Buddhist analysis of causal interdependence, Dr. Alan Wallace will explore the topic of the cultural and mental transformation we need to undergo if we want to protect and nourish the natural environment.
This EcoDharma talk is one of Lama Alan’s last teaching events before his long-term retreat in 2023 – don’t miss out on the opportunity!
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Dr. Alan Wallace is one of the world’s leading scholars, writers, and teachers of Tibetan Buddhism and has been a personal student of His Holiness the Dalai Lama since 1971.
He was ordained by the Dalai Lama in 1975 and lived as a Buddhist monk for fourteen years. Since 1987, he has been a frequent translator and contributor to meetings between the Dalai Lama and prominent scientists. Along with his scholarly work, Alan Wallace is regarded as one of the West’s preeminent meditation teachers and retreat guides. He is also the President and Founder of the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies, and the Center for Contemplative Research.
For a more complete biography of Dr Wallace please visit AlanWallace.org