Being Human and a Buddha Too (Hybrid)


  • $25.00


Anne Klein
Thursday, Sep 21
6 - 8pm

Explore a vision of wholeness that delights in life’s multiplicities.


Anne C. Klein’s new book, Being Human and a Buddha Too, is an invitation to find wholeness in our lives. We feel separate, yet don’t want to be alone. Our true potential eludes us, yet we want to succeed. Such separateness brings suffering. Touching lightly into Buddhist principles and mind-training, we'll explore a vision of wholeness that delights in life’s multiplicities. Join us for this talk, discussion, guided meditation, and book signing.


Click here to read an interview with Anne Klein, and for an excerpt from Being Human and a Buddha Too.

This program is being offered both IN-PERSON and ONLINE.  Please select how you plan to attend when registering.

Recordings will be distributed to registered participants only, and will not be availble for individual purchase.

All times are CT. Please contact with any questions.

Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.

Anne Klein (Phd) is Professor and Former Chair of Religious Studies, Rice University, where she developed a contemplative studies concentration for graduate students in the Department of Religious Studies. She is also a Founding Director and Resident Lama of Dawn Mountain Tibetan Temple and Dawn Mountain Community Center & Research Institute. In connection with this work she was named a Dorje Lopon by her teacher Ad.Zom Rinpoche in 2009.


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