the Path of compassion

in-hospice Buddhist Counseling and meditation for your trans

The Path of Compassion is counter- culture; living to the rhythm of your own heartbeat, ditching the distractions, letting go of the battles to discover what is really real.

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Peace knows no boundaries. It is free from measures and attachments. It is free form the past and the future. Wherever you are, you can begin to make the simple changes in perceptive awareness to discern conditions for yourself, to see your own causes, to realize the causes for inner peace.

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This is your Journey. End of life is only a transition. It is not an end. Establish inner peace. Ease your heart worries. Let go of your burdens. This is it.

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Karuna Yana is the Path of Compassion

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Prepare for your Next Great Journey

Prepare for the greatest transition living has to offer. Learn to meditate. 


What we call end-of-life care is a misnomer. What we should really care for is not the end of a life but the transition to another state of being, to another state of living. Are you ready for this next great adventure?


Few of us are. We celebrate birth and grieve death as if it were an unwelcome event. Yet everyone and every being who is born will eventually die to this life. Meanwhile, we fill our minds with a myriad of distractions, worries, perceptions and burden our hearts in ways that obstruct inner peace.


Now is the time to let go and to realize a state of contentment and inner peace, regardless of what your past has traversed. 


I founded Karuna Yana, the path of compassion, to teach meditation and mindfulness skills to those facing their next great adventure. It may seem daunting, but fear will only hinder your transition. We have the wrong perception of dying. We may be surrounded by sorrow and despair or worse, by anger. It is never too late to learn to let go, and to be at peace. It's your Journey. Live it.