MEDITATION TECHNOLOGYVisualization:Manifesting Compassion and WisdomWednesdays 7:00pm - 8:30pm ETOctober 9, 16, 23 & 30

Visualization Meditation: Manifesting Compassion and Wisdom

As part of analytical meditation, visualization uses analysis to create an image. It then utilizes concentrated meditation to firmly hold the image stable. By developing visualization techniques in meditation, the symbolism of the imagery takes root in not only cognitive but emotional parts of the mind, resonates deeply, and connects with many virtuous mental aspects.

Session 1: October 9, 2024
Session 2: October 16, 2024
Session 3: October 23, 2024
Session 4: October 30, 2024


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Amy Hertz has been a student of Gelek Rimpoche for nearly 30 years. In her various positions at HarperCollins, Penguin and Random House, she has been the editor and publisher of some of the bestselling Buddhist books for a general audience including The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, The Art of Happiness, The Universe in a Single Atom, several books by Thich Nhat Hanh, and Robert Thurman as well as Gelek Rimpoche’s Good Life Good Death. An active Jewel Heart board member, she has lived in Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Houston, and is now living in Atlanta, Georgia.

Figen Lacin began studying Buddhism in 2010 when she met Gelek Rimpoche. She has a Ph.D., working as an engineer with a clean air focus and appreciates connecting with people.


Access selected teachings relevant to visualization meditation from The Gelek Rimpoche Archive for free


For an example from Gelek Rimpoche of a visualization meditation teaching, here is a link to a White Tara Introduction teaching from The Gelek Rimpoche Archive held in Northern, Michigan in 2011. You should also note the Archive contains many other teachings Gelek Rimpoche gave over the years but we think this is a good one to start with.

From the Archive: White Tara Introduction - 2011

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