Expanding Our Understanding of Compassion

Barbara Hebert

Onsite and Zoom
October 9 – 13
Monday – Friday 10 am – noon PDT

Compassion is discussed throughout the theosophical literature, yet we rarely inquire into its deeper implications. How do we learn to be compassionate? What does it require from us? Why should we be compassionate? During these interactive five mornings, we will delve into the various aspects of compassion through lectures, discussions, thoughts for contemplation, and meditations.
Single Session $15  *Series $65

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* Includes a complementary Yoga class, only on site, with Mihaela Wachsman on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons (description below).

Barbara B. Hebert, Ph.D., recently served as the president of the Theosophical Society in America (2017-2023). A third-generation Theosophist, Barbara has been involved in local, regional, and national offices throughout over 40 years’ membership. As an adjunct professor at South Eastern Louisiana University in the health and human services department, she also served as executive director of the Children’s Advocacy Center – Hope House and maintained a private mental health practice. Barbara presents internationally for the Society and has written regularly for its journals, The Quest and The Theosophist.