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Gratitude Day 2 – Body Gratitude – class only via webcast


5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

November 11-18, 2018
This program is available from anywhere because it will be livecast from Tibet House.

Assistant Meditation Teachers for Daily Support in your Practice: Caroline Voldstad and Dana D’Este

Please join an incredible Gratitude Meditation program at Tibet House this November right before Thanksgiving. We will redefine both Gratitude and the period before the holidays. This program is weeklong, with two meetings in person at Tibet House and support daily. If you can’t make it to Tibet House on those dates, the class will also be available to you via live stream. People are signing up for this all around the world.
• Sunday, November 11th, 5 – 7 PM at Tibet House US (or live webcast)
• November 18th, 5 – 7 PM at Tibet House US (or live webcast

Scientific Research Shows
Gratitude leads to happiness, better health, closer relationships, a sense of connection, more energy, self-confidence, and more positive emotions, as well as reducing stress, anxiety, and depression. Cultivating gratitude is an important way to build physical health, mental health, and healing.

We will:
• Study the Science of Gratitude
• Build Community
• Gratitude in World Religons
• Scientfically-proven Gratitude Practices
• Give you Daily Support in Meditating

What you’ll get:
• Two sessions of two hours each with Elizabeth Pyjov
• Seven Meditations on Gratitude, which will build on one another
• Community
• Support for your meditation practice.

Let’s come together as a communtiy to increase our happiness and the positive environment around us. Your practice will have a real positive impact on the world. In all cultures and religions, gratitude was seen as the key to good fortune and a meaningful life. There are many powerful and enjoyable gratitude practices, and this program will introduce you to the many types and variations from different traditions.

Attendees can join two sessions (November 11 & 18) in-person at Tibet House or via livecast.
Other classes (November 12-17) will be through 
livecast only.



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About the Presenter

Elizabeth Pyjov

Elizabeth studied the neuroscience, philosophy, and pedagogy of compassion at Stanford Medical School with the Stanford Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education. She has taught compassion at Stanford University, Harvard Law School, Columbia Law School, Columbia Medical School, Columbia School of Public Health, Mt. Sinai Medical School, NYU Medical School, Novartis, Warby Parker, Altfest Management, Tibet House US, the Rubin Museum, the 92nd St Y, the Harvard Club of New York, and yoga teacher trainings. Elizabeth graduated from magna cum laude from Harvard University with a degree in Romance Languages and Literatures and the Classics and is currently a student at Harvard Law School. She is currently an advisor for Click Therapeutics. Elizabeth has worked for Global Justice in New York City, for Italian television at RAI International in Rome, at the United Nations in Geneva, Click Therapeutics in New York City, and at the Stanford Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford, CA. At Stanford she helped develop Stanford’s compassion program into a corporate version that was subsequently used at Kaiser and in serveral Silicon Valley tech companies. Elizabeth is fluent in Russian, French, Italian, Spanish, and English. She has worked or studied in Argentina, Italy, France, Peru, Switzerland, Russia, and Spain. Her international experience has led her to understand that among those of various traditions, customs, and religions, people find happiness in many of the same ways. They want to be healthy, do meaningful work, and be close to their loved ones—what brings joy is always kindness, a caring attitude, and compassion. She is delighted to be teaching compassion in New York City and Boston. You can contact her at [email protected].