Frank Ostaseski is a meditation teacher who cofounded the Zen Hospice Project. In 2004, he went on to create the Metta Institute to provide innovative educational programs and professional training to foster compassionate, mindfulness-based care.
Fearless Open-Hearted Awareness with Frank Ostaseski
Most of us have some developed habits about the way in which we meet endings. Are you aware of your habits? In this 4-part series, you’ll explore your relationship to endings without any judgment or criticality.
Session #1: How Embracing Uncertainty Leads to Fulfillment
How Embracing Uncertainty Leads To Fulfillment
When we hone our attention to the subtleties of impermanence that are inherent in every breath, we step into our lives with integrity, compassion, forgiveness, and love. Read More
Session #2: Learning to Love Endings
Learning to Love Endings
By drawing our attention to endings and our developed habits about the way we meet endings, we can learn how to step fully into our lives with appreciation and gratitude. Read More
Session #3: Cultivating Fierce Open Receptivity
Cultivating Fierce Open Receptivity
Being receptive to all parts of life—good, bad, neutral—introduces more choice into our lives. When we welcome everything we are less likely to rush to judgement and more likely to be informed by life. Read More
Session #4: Becoming More Curious and Less Critical
Becoming More Curious and Less Critical
Meditation practice isn’t about transformation. It’s about learning how to get to know our lives more intimately and compassionately. Read More