Thursday June 29 & July 13| 7:30 - 9:30PM
Buddhist practice in practice
Join Hector Marcel for this two part series on the daily application of buddhist practices. Learn how to put together the many Buddhist practices designed to reach a place of peace and happiness that is ultimately transformative. We’ll discuss how a person can use these ancient techniques to transform the way they experience every aspect of life.
Hector Marcel has been teaching Asian Classics Institute courses since 2012. He embodies Buddhist practice in his lively application of its principles in his personal and professional life. He is a Change Management Consultant helping executives drive transformational change in their organizations through an emphasis on culture, people and service. He is the founder of a non-profit called the 108 Lives Project, which makes annual pilgrimage to Kathmandu to practice Buddhist principles of compassion and giving. Hector is treasured by his students for his immense kindness, humor, and generous wisdom.