November 24, 2022 3:00pm

30-minute Thanksgiving meditation and gratitude sharing circle with Tony Pham (Butterfly)

Tony Pham (Butterfly)

$0.00$20.00

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November 24, 2022 | 3-4 pm ET
Online Via Zoom
DONATION BASED with tiers of $0, 5, 10, 20

On November 24, 2022, you’re invited to join Tibet House US’ donation based offering to gather in community on Thanksgiving. Whether you have a busy day or no plans, this event is an opportunity to sit in stillness, allowing for some space away from any stories running around your mind. Each time we meditate, it is a practice of connecting with our true nature. Tony Pham (Butterfly) will guide a 30-minute meditation before facilitating a safer space during which participants are welcome to share expressions of gratitude.

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Title:
30-minute meditation and gratitude sharing circle with Tony Pham (Butterfly)

Time:
Thursday, Nov 24, 2022 03:00 PM

Timezone:
America/New_York

Featuring

Tony Pham (Butterfly)

Tony Pham (Butterfly) (he/they) is a heritage Buddhist, facilitator, and healer that occupies the intersection of queer and BIPOC identities. Tony is certified in Compassion Cultivation Training © (co-created by Thupten Jinpa at Stanford), teaching compassion and meditation at Tibet House US. He is a 2nd generation Vietnamese American whose parents arrived in the United States as refugees from war. Tony goes by Butterfly in spiritual spaces where they steward practices rooted in compassion, indigeneity, and sacred lineages. He is a student of Lama Rod Owens (Vajrayana/Tibetan Buddhism). They are also an alumnus of the East Bay Meditation Center’s year-long trauma informed mindfulness program for social justice activists.

Tony previously received a Fulbright scholarship to conduct research in Viet Nam. He has also completed death doula and non-violent communication training. Butterfly is honored to serve as president on the board of directors of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship. They now reside in Brooklyn (occupied Canarsie/Munsee Lenape land). For more information, please visit tonyopham.com.