For Compassionate Relief

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Speakers will come from the fields of psychology, health care, clinical research, religious practice and studies, philosophy, arts and culture, communications, global studies, and service-learning.

Thoughts Are Not Facts

For many of us, unseen burdens can be the most troubling of all. This includes chronic unhappiness, depression, mood disorders,

Six Insights Into the Mind

I’m the second episode of season three of C.A.F.E 229, James A. Lynch, Jr. Esq. joins host Dr. Peter Lin to talk how the worlds of business and spirituality can co-exist.

Six Insights Into the Mind

Can spirituality and business co-exist? James A. Lynch, Jr., Esq. says yes, and thensome. This August, the Tzu Chi Center

Spiritual Practices for Difficult Times

Centered around the theme of compassion and social transformation, this season we are speaking to special guests who know that changing the world around us originates from the change we create within ourselves. In this first episode, Dr. Petriano discusses how we can tap into spirituality to remain grounded and equanimous – despite the turbulence and chaos that have surrounded us over the past year and a half.

Encounter With the Self

In the finale of Season 2 of C.A.F.E. 229 at the Tzu Chi Center, the Wu Sisters join us from Taiwan about how to discover oneself through the art of slow living and doing ‘nothing.’

C.A.F.E. 229 Series 3

Examined from a variety of perspectives, a contemplative lifestyle will emerge as one that encompasses altruistic tendencies, mindfulness and positive