Join our weekly Compassion Practice group online for a time of guided meditation, personal reflection and group sharing! Two times are offered to conveniently fit into your schedule: Tuesdays at 7 PM PT and Wednesdays at 1 PM PT. Attend either gathering and experience an oasis of grounding, presence and compassion in the middle of your week.
We practice open-hearted sharing and nonjudgmental, compassionate listening based on the Compassion Practice developed by Frank Rogers, Jr. Incorporating mindful attention to our internal experience, the Compassion Practice nurtures authentic compassion for others — starting with ourselves. Trained Compassion Practice facilitators invite interfaith group sharing free from cross-talk, criticism or correction. All are welcome to engage in this contemplative learning experience!
WHAT IS THE COMPASSION PRACTICE?
The Compassion Practice, developed by Frank Rogers, Jr., of the Center for Engaged Compassion, is a mindfulness practice and a radical pathway to transformation. Incorporating mindful attention to our internal experience, the Compassion Practice nurtures authentic compassion for others AND ourselves.
Help us continue to offer resources like this to the community by making a donation of $5-20 as you are able. Those who can’t give at this time are welcome to participate for free.
Shelly Suggs, M.A., M.S., is a spiritual director, retreat leader, minister, and teacher who studied with Frank Rogers, Jr. and Andrew Dreitcer, developers of the Compassion Practice and founders of the Center for Engaged Compassion.
FREEDOMS WE PRACTICE: