Come Share the Journey of Boundless Happiness!
Nalanda’s Fourth Annual Benefit
Join us for a celebration of life-changing friendships,
the heart-opening flute, and mouth-watering Indian spices!
Wednesday June 5th, 2013, 6:30-9:30 pm
Tibet House US, 22 West 15th Street
Heroes and Guides on the Journey to Happiness:
Buddhist Mentors and Tomorrow's Therapists
Robert Thurman, Ph.D.
The First Western Tibetan Monk-Scholar,
and Lifelong Friend of H.H. the Dalai Lama
Joe Loizzo, M.D., Ph.D.
Nalanda Founder, author of Sustainable Happiness,
and Lifelong Friend of Professor Thurman
Miles Neale, Psy.D.
Nalanda Assistant Director, and Lifelong Friend of Dr. Loizzo
Reception to follow
With Bansuri Flute Music by Sundar Das and a Light Indian Supper
Help build the community that is realizing Nalanda's vital mission to make the science and arts of sustainable happiness accessible to all, and help us launch the historic Nalanda Certificate Program in Contemplative Psychotherapy!
$150 per person
$75 for students and trainees
a $500-1000 donation includes
a reservation for 3
a $1000-2500 donation includes
a reservation for 4
a $2500-5000 donation includes
a reservation for 5
Heroes and Heroines:
a donation of $5000 and above includes
a reservation for 6
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Nalanda Institute, 300 Central Park West, Suite 1D, New York, NY 10024.
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Last year your donation went to support the hiring of Carey Davidson, our new Associate Director for Administration, a threefold expansion in classes and events, and a new series of audio meditations and contemplative videos. This year, it will help support a further expansion of classes and events, the launch of the two-year Nalanda Certificate Program in Contemplative Psychotherapy, publication of the first volume of Nalanda Contemplative Science Guides, and special outreach programs for survivors of cancer and trauma, and children with ADD.
Bodhisattva, Hero and Heroine donations will go to support phase two of the Nalanda Growth Campaign to fulfill our global mission.
For more information, download our Growth Campaign Report 2013 (pdf)
Painting (top) © Nicholas Roerich Museum
Photo (bottom) of His Holiness the Dalai Lama with Robert Thurman at the 2009 Tibet House Peacemaking Conference in San Francisco (photo by Sonam Zoksang).